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2 - LIMITATIONS
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INTRODUCTION .............................................................................1-2
REVISIONS .....................................................................................1-2
TEMPORARY REVISIONS .............................................................1-3
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APPENDICES ............................................................................1-4
DEFINITION OF TERMS.................................................................1-5
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INTRODUCTION
This Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) meets the certification requirements
of FAR 25 and provides the approved information necessary to safely
operate the EMB-135BJ Legacy.
For additional information, please contact:
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REVISIONS
Embraer may revise this manual periodically as required to update
information or provide information not available at the time of printing.
Revised data may result from Embraer approved airplane
modifications or from improved techniques gained through operational
experience. Changes to the text are indicated by a vertical line in the
outside margin of the page.
Relocated or rearranged text or illustrations will be indicated by a
vertical line adjacent to the page number.
A Log of Revisions is placed at the beginning of this Manual.
The basic issue date of this Manual is presented on the title page. The
revisions to the basic Manual will be numbered sequentially (Rev. 1, 2,
3, etc). This also applies to pages revised by an earlier revision.

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Civil). Only the pages revised from this date onwards will bear
the wording "ANAC Approved", except for the front page,
which refers to the original AFM approval, and thus will keep
the former wording.

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TEMPORARY REVISIONS
Temporary Revisions may be issued when the need arises. The
Temporary Revision will be clearly identified and will be replaced as
soon as possible. Temporary Revisions will not be included in the List
of Effective Pages nor in the Log of Revisions.

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES


A List of Effective Pages for all the sections is located at the beginning
of this Manual. This list presents the issuance date of each page and it
is revised with the Manual. Its purpose is to verify that the Manual is
current.

ORGANIZATION
This Airplane Flight Manual is divided into seven Sections, as follows:

Section 1 - General
Section 2 - Limitations
Section 3 - Emergency and Abnormal Procedures
Section 4 - Normal Procedures
Section 5 - Performance
Supplements
Appendices

The Sections and their use are explained below.

SECTION 1 - GENERAL
This Section contains general information pertaining to the Manual,
such as the revision rules, its organization and a definition of terms.

SECTION 2 - LIMITATIONS
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This Section contains the recommended actions in the event of


failures.

SECTION 4 - NORMAL PROCEDURES


This Section contains the specific EMB-135BJ Legacy normal
procedures to be followed in a normal day-by-day operation.

SECTION 5 - PERFORMANCE
This Section contains performance data for enroute, landing and goaround phases.

SUPPLEMENTS
Supplements are incorporated into the AFM. They provide the required
information for the airplane operation, related to a specific engine
installation or when optional systems and equipment not provided with
the standard airplane are also installed. They may be incorporated
when a specific operational information is applicable to the airplane as
well (e.g. ferry flights, special operation, etc). Supplements may modify
or complement the limitations, procedures or performance data of the
basic AFM.

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DEFINITION OF TERMS
The following definitions apply to the terms below:
WARNING: OPERATING PROCEDURES, TECHNIQUES AND
OTHER RELATED INFORMATION WHICH MAY
RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE, IF
NOT FOLLOWED.
CAUTION: OPERATING PROCEDURES, TECHNIQUES AND
OTHER RELATED INFORMATION WHICH MAY
RESULT IN DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF
EQUIPMENT, IF NOT FOLLOWED.
NOTE: Operating procedures, techniques and other related
information which are considered essential to emphasize.
Legacy 600: EMB-135BJ equipped with FUS 1 and FUS 2 fuselage
auxiliary fuel tanks and equipped with either two
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Legacy 650: EMB-135BJ equipped with FUS 1, FUS 2 and VTRL


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kt
lb
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mb
min
mm
nm
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psi
sec
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ADC
ADF
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Degree Celsius
Degree Fahrenheit
Feet
Gravity Acceleration
Hour
Hertz
Inches of Mercury
Kilogram
Kilometer
Knot
Pounds
Meter
Milibar
Minute
Milimeter
Nautical Mile
Pounds per Hour
Pound per Square Inch
Second
Increase in airspeed due to gust
Ampere
Alternating Current
Air Cooled Oil Cooler
Air Data Computer
Automatic Direction Finder
Airplane Flight Manual
Above Ground Level
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ALT
ALTN
AOA
AP
APU
ATC
ATIS
ATS
ATT
ATTCS
AUX
AWU
BC
BCU
BIT
CDL
CG
CMC
COMM
CON
CPAM
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Altitude
Alternate
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Autopilot
Auxiliary Power Unit
Air Traffic Control
Automatic Terminal Information Service
Air Turbine Starter
Attitude
Automatic Takeoff Thrust Control System
Auxiliary
Aural Warning Unit
Battery Contactor
Brake Control Unit
Built In Test
Configuration Deviation List
Center of Gravity
Central Maintenance Computer
Communication
Continuous
Cabin Pressure Acquisition Module
Cruise
Cruise
Cockpit Voice Recorder
Data Acquisition Unit
Direct Current, Digital Controller
Digital Flight Data Recorder
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DME
EADI
EFIS
EGT
EHSI
EICAS
ELT
FADEC
FAR
FCOC
FDRS
FMS
G/S, GS
GI
GMT
GPS
GPWS
HDG
HF
HGS
IAC
IAS
IC
ICAO
IFR
ILS
IPS
IRS
IRU
ISA

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

MEANING
Distance Measurement Equipment
Electronic Attitude Director Indicator
Electronic Flight Instrument System
Exhaust Gas Temperature
Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator
Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System
Emergency Locator Transmitter
Full Authority Digital Electronic Control
Federal Aviation Regulation
Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler
Flight Data Recorder System
Flight Management System
Glide Slope
Ground Idle
Greenwich Mean Time
Global Positioning System
Ground Proximity Warning System
Heading
High Frequency
Head-Up Guidance System
Instruo de Aviao Civil
Indicated Airspeed
Integrated Computer
International Civil Aviation Organization
Instrument Flight Rules
Instrument Landing System
Inches Per Second
Inertial Reference System
Inertial Reference Unit
International Standard Atmosphere

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ABBREVIATIONS
OR ACRONYMS
ITT
KCAS
KEAS
Khz
KIAS
LOC
M
MAC
MAN
MAX
MB
MEA
MFD
Mhz
MIN
MLW
MMEL
MMO
MRW
MSU
MTOW
MZWFW
NAV
NEXRAD
NOTAM
NPRM
PAX
PBE
PC
PFD

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Interturbine Temperature
Calibrated Airspeed in Knots
Equivalent Airspeed in Knots
Kilohertz
Indicated Airspeed in Knots
Localizer
Mach
Mean Aerodynamic Chord
Manual
Maximum
Marker Beacon
Minimum Enroute Altitude
Multifunction Display
Megahertz
Minimum
Maximum Landing Weight
Master Minimum Equipment List
Maximum Operating Mach
Maximum Ramp Weight
Mode Select Unit
Maximum Takeoff Weight
Maximum Zero Wing Fuel Weight
Navigation
Next-Generation Radar
Notice to Airmen
Notice of Proposed Rule Making
Passenger
Protective Breathing Equipment
Personal Computer
Primary Flight Display

1-9

ABBREVIATIONS
OR ACRONYMS
PMA
QFE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MEANING
Permanent Magnet Alternator
Altimeter pressure setting atmospheric
pressure at aerodrome elevation

QNH

Altimeter pressure setting atmospheric


pressure at mean sea level

RA
RAAS
RMI
RMU
RNP

Radio Altimeter
Runway Awareness and Advisory System
Radio Magnetic Indicator
Radio Management Unit
Required Navigation Performance

RNP AR

Required
Navigation
Authorization Required

RNP RF

Required Navigation Performance Radius


Fixed

RPM
RVR
SAT
SG
SL
SPS
STAB
TAS
TAT
TCAS
TDR
TLA
V
V1
V2
VA

Revolution Per Minute


Runway Visual Range
Static Air Temperature
Symbol Generator
Sea Level
Stall Protection System
Stabilizer
True Airspeed
Total Air Temperature
Traffic and Collision Avoidance System
Transponder
Thrust Lever Angle
Volt
Decision Speed
Takeoff Safety Speed
Volt-Ampere

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Performance

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ABBREVIATIONS
OR ACRONYMS

MEANING

VA
VEF
VFE
VFR
VHF
VLE
VLF
VLO
VLOF
VLV
VMCA
VMCG
VMO
VNAV
VOR
VR
VREF

Design Maneuvering Speed


Critical Engine Failure Speed
Maximum Flaps Extended Speed
Visual Flight Rules
Very High Frequency
Maximum Landing Gear Extended Speed
Very Low Frequency
Maximum Landing Gear Operating Speed
Lift Off Speed
Valve
Air Minimum Control Speed
Ground Minimum Control Speed
Maximum Operating Speed
Vertical Navigation Mode
VHF Omnidirectional Range
Rotation Speed
Landing Reference Speed

VREF XX

Landing Reference Speed associated to the


flap setting XX

VS
VSR
WB

Vertical Speed
Reference Stall Speed
Weight and Balance

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SERVICE BULLETIN TABLE


SB

SUBJECT

SB 145LEG-00-0007

Reconfiguration for 41000 ft Operational


Ceiling

SB 145LEG-21-0007

Installation of the Ozone Converters

SB 145LEG-25-0078

Reduces the MTOW to 48501 lb

SB 145LEG-25-0079

Increases the MTOW to the Value Used for


Airplanes Pre-Mod. SB 145LEG-25-0078

SB 145LEG-27-0010

Replacement
Computer

SB 145LEG-28-0010

Increase in the Capacity of the Forward


Auxiliary Fuel Tanks

SB 145LEG-34-0007

New Air Data Computer (ADC)

SB 145LEG-73-0003

Incorporates FADEC
AE3007A1P Engines

B7.6

Version

on

SB 145LEG-73-0004

Incorporates FADEC
AE3007A1E Engines

B7.6

Version

on

SB 145LEG-73-0005

Incorporates FADEC
AE3007A1P Engines

B8.0

Version

on

SB 145LEG-73-0006

Incorporates FADEC
AE3007A1E Engines

B8.0

Version

on

the

Stall

Protection

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SECTION 2
LIMITATIONS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTRODUCTION .............................................................................2-3
OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS .......................................................2-4
OPERATIONAL ENVELOPE......................................................2-6
WEIGHT .....................................................................................2-10
CENTER OF GRAVITY ENVELOPE .........................................2-12
LOADING....................................................................................2-15
AIRSPEEDS ...............................................................................2-15
TAILWIND...................................................................................2-19
KINDS OF OPERATION ............................................................2-19
MINIMUM CREW .......................................................................2-19
MANEUVERING FLIGHT LOAD FACTORS..............................2-19
RUNWAY....................................................................................2-19
FUEL................................................................................................2-20
USABLE FUEL ...........................................................................2-20
FUEL TANKS MAXIMUM PERMITTED IMBALANCE ...............2-22
FUEL SPECIFICATION..............................................................2-23
FUEL TANK TEMPERATURE....................................................2-23
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT ..............................................................2-24
OPERATIONAL LIMITS .............................................................2-24
APU STARTER LIMITS..............................................................2-24
POWER PLANT...............................................................................2-25
OPERATIONAL LIMITS .............................................................2-25
STARTER LIMITS ......................................................................2-25
AUTOMATIC TAKEOFF THRUST CONTROL
SYSTEM (ATTCS) ................................................................2-25
THRUST REVERSER ................................................................2-26
ENGINE WARM-UP ...................................................................2-26
ENGINE COOL-DOWN ..............................................................2-26
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION........................................................2-27
OPERATION IN ICING CONDITIONS .......................................2-27
WINDSHIELD WIPER OPERATION (IF APPLICABLE) ............2-29
FLIGHT CONTROLS..................................................................2-29
ELECTRICAL...................................................................................2-29

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PNEUMATIC, AIR CONDITIONING AND PRESSURIZATION.......2-30


PRESSURIZATION ....................................................................2-30
FLIGHT CONTROLS .......................................................................2-30
ELECTROMECHANICAL GUST LOCK .....................................2-30
FLAPS.........................................................................................2-30
PITCH TRIM ...............................................................................2-30
NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...................2-31
RADAR .......................................................................................2-31
HF ...............................................................................................2-31
INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM (IRS) ...................................2-31
CHARTS AND MAPS FUNCTION (PRIMUS ELITE)
(IF APPLICABLE) ..................................................................2-32
ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING
SYSTEM (EGPWS) ...............................................................2-33
INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM (ILS) ..................................2-34
INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (ISIS)........2-34
SATELLITE WEATHER RADIO SYSTEM
(XM WEATHER) (IF APPLICABLE) ......................................2-35
ADS-B OUT (IF APPLICABLE)...................................................2-35
SYMBOL GENERATOR .............................................................2-35
AUTOPILOT.....................................................................................2-36
OZONE CONCENTRATION............................................................2-37

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

INTRODUCTION

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

This airplane must be operated in accordance with the limitations


presented in this Section. These limitations also apply to operations in
accordance with an approved Supplement or Appendix to this AFM,
except as altered by such Supplement or Appendix.

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OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS

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This airplane may not be operated after June 30, 2004, unless the
pressure refueling panel has been modified in accordance with the
terms of Exemption No. 7909.

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

R=6.6 ft

R=6.6 ft

R=8.2 ft

R=8.2 ft

R=6.6 ft

R=6.6 ft

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

EM145AFM020002.DGN

CAUTION: DURING REFUELING OPERATION KEEP THE


SHADOW AREAS IN THE FIGURE FREE OF VEHICLE
AND EQUIPMENT.

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OPERATIONAL ENVELOPE
AIRPLANES PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-00-0007
45000
40000

-21.5C

-65C
39000 ft

35000

ALTITUDE - ft

30000
ISA + 35C

25000
20000
15000
9500 ft

10000
5000

-1000 ft

52C

-40C

-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10 20 30 40 50 60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C


TAKEOFF, LANDING

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - For takeoff and landing operations above 8500 ft up to


9500 ft tires 19.5X6.75-8 10 PR must be installed in the nose
landing gear. Refer to Weight Limitations for related
restrictions.
- In the event of a landing below -40C, the airplane may not
takeoff without further maintenance inspection.
- Minimum Total Air Temperature above 25000 ft is -45C.

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AIRPLANES POST-MOD. SB 145LEG-00-0007 OR EQUIPPED


WITH
AN
EQUIVALENT
MODIFICATION
FACTORY
INCORPORATED
45000
-65C
40000

-21.5C
41000 ft

35000

ALTITUDE - ft

30000
ISA + 35C

25000
20000
15000
9500 ft

10000
5000

-1000 ft

52C

-40C

-5000
-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10 20 30 40 50 60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C


TAKEOFF, LANDING

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - For takeoff and landing operations above 8500 ft up to


9500 ft tires 19.5X6.75-8 10 PR must be installed in the nose
landing gear. Refer to Weight Limitations for related
restrictions.
- In the event of a landing below -40C, the airplane may not
takeoff without further maintenance inspection.
- Minimum Total Air Temperature above 25000 ft is -45C.

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

WEIGHT
MAXIMUM WEIGHT (lb)

AIRPLANE
MODEL

Max.
Ramp
Weight
(MRW)

Max.
Takeoff
Weight
(MTOW)

LEGACY 600
S/N up to 591
and Pre-Mod.
SB 145LEG-28-0010

49096

48942
(2) (3)

40786
(1)

35274

LEGACY 600
S/N 625 and on
or Post-Mod.
SB 145LEG-28-0010

49758

49604
(2) (4)

40786
(1)

35274

LEGACY 650

53726

53572
(2) (5)

44092

36155

NOTE: 1) For takeoff and landing operations above 8500 ft up to


9500 ft the Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) is limited to
39683 lb.
2) For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-25-0078 or featuring
an equivalent modification factory incorporated, the MTOW
is 48501 lb.
3) For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-25-0079 or featuring
an equivalent modification factory incorporated, the MTOW
is 48942 lb.
4) For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-25-0079 or featuring
an equivalent modification factory incorporated, the MTOW
is 49604 lb.
5) For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-25-0079 or featuring
an equivalent modification factory incorporated, the MTOW
is 53572 lb.
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Max.
Max. Zero
Landing Wing Fuel
Weight
Weight
(MLW) (MZWFW)

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To comply with the performance and operating limitations of the
regulations, the maximum allowable takeoff and landing operational
weights may be equal to, but not greater than design limits.
The takeoff weight (weight at brake release or at start of takeoff run) is
the lowest among MTOW and the following weights, presented in the
applicable engine supplement:

Maximum takeoff weight for altitude and temperature


determined from Maximum Takeoff Weight - Climb Limited
chart.
Maximum takeoff weight, as limited by runway length and
determined from Maximum Takeoff Weight - Field Length
Limited chart.
Maximum takeoff weight, as limited by brake energy and
determined from Maximum Takeoff Weight - Brake Energy
Limited chart.
Maximum takeoff weight, as limited by obstacle clearance,
enroute, and landing operating requirements.

The landing weight is the lowest among MLW and the following
weights, presented in the applicable engine supplement:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Maximum approach and landing weight for altitude and


temperature determined from Maximum Landing Weight Climb Limited charts.
Maximum landing weight, as limited by runway length and
determined from Maximum Landing Weight - Field Length
Limited chart.

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CENTER OF GRAVITY ENVELOPE


LEGACY 600 S/N UP TO 591 AND PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-28-0010
(TAKEOFF WITH FLAPS 9)
INFLIGHT LIMITS (FLAPS AND GEAR UP)
TAKEOFF AND LANDING LIMITS
52000
26.9%

35%

50000
49096 lb
48000

48942 lb

22.4%
46296 lb

46000
44000

17.3%

WEIGHT - lb

42000
40786 lb

40000

19.3%

38000

15%
36067 lb

36000
34000
32000

31967 lb
30864 lb
29350 lb

15%

28000

28660 lb
35%

30%
26000
5

10

15

2-12/(2-12A to 2-12D Deleted)

20

25

30

35

40

45

CG POSITION - %MAC

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LIMITATIONS

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MANUAL
LEGACY
600
S/N
SB 145LEG-28-0010

625

AND

ON

OR

POST-MOD.

(TAKEOFF WITH FLAPS 9)

INFLIGHT LIMITS (FLAPS AND GEAR UP)


TAKEOFF AND LANDING LIMITS
53000
27.5%

35%

51000

49758 lb
49000

49604 lb

22.4%

47000

46296 lb
45000

17.3%

WEIGHT - lb

43000
41000

40786 lb

39000

15%

19.3%

37000

36067 lb
35000
33000
31967 lb

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31000

30865 lb
15%

29000

29350 lb
28660 lb

30%

35%

30

35

27000
5

10

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20

25

40

45

CG POSITION - %MAC

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

LEGACY 650
(TAKEOFF WITH FLAPS 9)
INFLIGHT LIMITS (FLAPS AND GEAR UP)
TAKEOFF AND LANDING LIMITS
57000
38.0%

28.2%

55000

53572 lb

53000
51000
49000
47000

WEIGHT - lb

45000
43000
41000

19.0%

39000

39070 lb

37000
35000
33000

2-14

29762 lb

29000

21.0%

28660 lb

27000

30%

25000
15

20

25

30

35

40

45

CG POSITION - %MAC

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LIMITATIONS

LOADING
The airplane must be loaded in accordance with the information
contained in the Weight and Balance Manual (WB-135/1562).
NOTE: The RH side mid-cabin divider must not be installed if the
closest divan seat position to the divider is occupied for taxi,
takeoff and landing.

AIRSPEEDS
LANDING GEAR OPERATION/EXTENDED SPEED (VLO AND VLE)
VLO for Retraction.......................................................... 200 KIAS
VLO for Extension .......................................................... 250 KIAS
VLE ................................................................................. 250 KIAS
NOTE: - VLO is the maximum speed at which the landing gear can be
safely extended and retracted.
- VLE is the maximum speed at which the airplane can be
safely flown with the landing gear extended and locked.
MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Refer to the applicable engine supplement associated to the takeoff


flaps for VMCA, VMCG and VMCL values.

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MAXIMUM OPERATING SPEED


NOTE: The VMO/MMO may not be deliberately exceeded in any regime
of flight (climb, cruise or descent).
LEGACY 600
45000

40000

(1)

35000

MMO=0.80

ALTITUDE - ft

30000

25000

20000

VMO

15000

5000

0
200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280 290 300 310 320 330 340 350

AIRSPEED - KIAS

NOTE: 1) Only applicable to airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-00-0007


or equipped with an equivalent modification factory
incorporated.
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FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

LEGACY 650
45000

40000

35000

MMO=0.80

ALTITUDE - ft

30000

25000

20000

VMO

15000

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10000

5000

0
200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280 290 300 310 320 330 340 350

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MANEUVERING SPEED (VA)


Legacy 600:
VA ............................................................................ 200 KIAS
Legacy 650:
VA ............................................................................ 212 KIAS
NOTE: Maneuvers that involve angle of attack near the stall or full
application of rudder, elevator, and aileron controls should be
confined to speeds below VA. In addition, the maneuvering
flight load factor limits, presented in this Section, should not be
exceeded.
WARNING: RAPID AND LARGE ALTERNATING CONTROL
INPUTS, ESPECIALLY IN COMBINATION WITH
LARGE CHANGES IN PITCH, ROLL OR YAW (E.G.
LARGE SIDE SLIP ANGLES) MAY RESULT IN
STRUCTURAL FAILURES AT ANY SPEED, EVEN
BELOW VA.
MAXIMUM FLAP EXTENDED SPEED (VFE)
Legacy 600:
Flaps 9.................................................................... 250 KIAS
Flaps 22.................................................................. 200 KIAS
NOTE: For flaps 22, in icing conditions, yaw damper must be
engaged above 180 KIAS.
Flaps 45.................................................................. 145 KIAS
Legacy 650:
Flaps 9.................................................................... 250 KIAS
Flaps 22.................................................................. 200 KIAS
NOTE: For flaps 22, in icing conditions, yaw damper must be
engaged above 160 KIAS.
NOTE: For flaps 45, yaw damper must be engaged above
145 KIAS above 8000 ft.

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Flaps 45.................................................................. 160 KIAS

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAILWIND
Maximum Takeoff and Landing
Tailwind Component................................................ 10 kt

KINDS OF OPERATION
This airplane may be flown day and night in the following conditions,
when the appropriate equipment and instruments required by
airworthiness and operating regulations are approved, installed and in
an operable condition:

Visual (VFR);
Instrument (IFR);
Icing conditions;
Extended overwater operation;
RNP (if enabled).

NOTE: Ditching capability is not certified.

MINIMUM CREW
Minimum Flight Crew .................................................... PILOT AND
COPILOT

MANEUVERING FLIGHT LOAD FACTORS


These corresponding accelerations limit the bank angle during turns
and limit the pull-up maneuvers.
LOAD FACTOR LIMIT

FLAPS UP

Positive
Negative

2.51 g
-1.00 g

FLAPS DOWN
(9, 22 and 45)
2.00 g
0g

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

RUNWAY
Runway Slope............................................................... -2% TO +2%
Runway Surface Type .................................................. PAVED

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FUEL
USABLE FUEL
NOTE: - If tanks are pressure refueled, usable fuel in each wing is
decreased by 13.2 US Gal (88 lb) and total wings usable fuel
is decreased by 26.4 US Gal (176 lb).
- When the EICAS fuel quantity is zero in level flight, any fuel
remaining in the tanks can not be used safely in flight.
- For unusable fuel values, refer to the Weight and Balance
Manual (WB-135/1562).
- The fuel weight values have been determined for an adopted
fuel density of 6.751 lb/US Gal.
LEGACY 600 S/N UP TO 591 AND PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-28-0010
TANK

USABLE FUEL

TOTAL

WING TANK

844.9 US Gal
(5703.4 lb)

1689.64 US Gal
(11406.76 lb)

FUS 2
(right side)

2-20

279 US Gal
limited to 1764 lb

AFT 1

217 US Gal
limited to 1455 lb

FWD 2

279 US Gal
limited to 1764 lb

AFT 2

217 US Gal
limited to 1455 lb

496 US Gal
limited to 3219 lb

496 US Gal
limited to 3219 lb

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FUS 1
(left side)

FWD 1

LIMITATIONS

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FLIGHT
MANUAL
LEGACY
600
S/N
SB 145LEG-28-0010

625

AND

ON

OR

POST-MOD.

TANK

USABLE FUEL

TOTAL

WING TANK

844.9 US Gal
(5703.4 lb)

1689.64 US Gal
(11406.76 lb)

FUS 1
(left side)

FUS 2
(right side)

FWD 1

294 US Gal
limited to 1984 lb

AFT 1

217 US Gal
limited to 1477 lb

FWD 2

294 US Gal
limited to 1984 lb

AFT 2

217 US Gal
limited to 1477 lb

511 US Gal
limited to 3461 lb

511 US Gal
limited to 3461 lb

LEGACY 650
TANK

USABLE FUEL

TOTAL

WING TANK

889 US Gal
(6000.9 lb)

1778 US Gal
(12001.8 lb)

VTRL TANK

268 US Gal
(1809.9 lb)

268 US Gal
(1809.9 lb)

FUS 1
(left side)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

FUS 2
(right side)

FWD 1

302 US Gal
limited to 1984.1 lb

AFT 1

218 US Gal
limited to 1477.1 lb

FWD 2

302 US Gal
limited to 1984.1 lb

AFT 2

218 US Gal
limited to 1477.1 lb

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520 US Gal
limited to 3461.2 lb

520 US Gal
limited to 3461.2 lb

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

FUEL TANKS MAXIMUM PERMITTED IMBALANCE


The maximum permitted imbalance between the wing tanks is 800 lb.
For the maximum permitted imbalance between the FWD tank and
AFT tank of each system, see the following load charts applicable to
your airplane:
AIRPLANES S/N UP TO 591 AND PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-28-0010

AFT TANK (lb)

FUSELAGE TANKS LOAD CHART I


1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0

200

400

600

800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000


FWD TANK (lb)

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NOTE: The fuselage tanks fuel load must be within the closed area of
the chart.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANES S/N 625 AND ON OR POST-MOD. SB 145LEG-28-0010

AFT TANK (lb)

FUSELAGE TANKS LOAD CHART II


1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0

200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200
FWD TANK (lb)

135BJAOM112002B - 18SEP2003

NOTE: The fuselage tanks fuel load must be within the closed area of
the chart.

FUEL SPECIFICATION
Brazilian Specification.................................................. QAV1
ASTM Specification ..................................................... D1655-JET A
AND JET A-1
American Specification ................................................ MIL-T-83133AJP8

FUEL TANK TEMPERATURE


Minimum ....................................................................... -40C
Maximum ...................................................................... 52C

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: If fuel does not contain an icing inhibitor, the temperature of


fuel leaving FCOC must be above 4C (refer to FUEL LOW
TEMPERATURE Procedure).

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

2-23

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AUXILIARY POWER UNIT


OPERATIONAL LIMITS
APU MODEL

T-62T-40C14

PARAMETER

MIN

MAX

ALTITUDE FOR START

30000 ft

OPERATION ALTITUDE

39000 ft (3)

ROTOR SPEED

108% (1)

EGT:

START

884C

CONTINUOUS

680C (2)

NOTE: 1) The APU will be automatically shut down at 104% rotor


speed.
2) The APU EGT may be exceeded up to 717C for 5 minutes
maximum.
3) Above 37000 ft APU bleed usage is not allowed.
4) Minimum battery temperature for APU start is -20C.

APU STARTER LIMITS

2-24

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Cooling period between each starting attempt:


Between Three Consecutive Attempts ................ 1 MINUTE OFF
Between Two Series of
Three Consecutive Attempts .......................... 30 MINUTES OFF

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

POWER PLANT
OPERATIONAL LIMITS
Refer to the applicable Supplement.

STARTER LIMITS
On Ground:
Starting or Dry Motoring ........................................UP TO
5 MINUTES ON,
5 MINUTES OFF
OR
First to Fourth Cycles ............................................1 MINUTE ON,
1 MINUTE OFF
Following Cycles....................................................1 MINUTE ON,
5 MINUTES OFF
In Flight:
Maximum Continuous Operation Time..................5 MINUTES ON
NOTE: No cool down time is required should an in-flight start be reattempted.

AUTOMATIC TAKEOFF THRUST CONTROL SYSTEM


(ATTCS)
ATTCS must be operative to select ALT T/O-1, T/O, E T/O or A2 T/O
modes.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Airplanes equipped with EICAS 18.5 or previous versions must


perform a Thrust Assurance Check at least once a week by selecting
T/O RSV mode (pushing Thrust Levers toward MAX) and checking
engine parameters.
Airplanes equipped with EICAS 19 or later approved versions do not
require the Thrust Assurance Check.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

2-25

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

THRUST REVERSER
Thrust reversers are intended for use during rejected takeoff or landing
only. Do not attempt a go-around procedure after deployment of the
thrust reversers following a landing.

ENGINE WARM-UP
Prior to takeoff, the engines must be allowed to run at low thrust to
stabilize the engine temperatures before takeoff thrust is selected.
After start, the engines must run at idle or taxi thrust for at least
4 minutes for cold engines or 2 minutes for warm engines.
Before takeoff, to increase N2 above 83% the engine oil temperature
must be at 40C minimum. In lieu of this limit, it is acceptable to either:
- run the engine for at least 8 minutes in idle or taxi thrust and check
if the temperature is at least 21C or,
- for airplanes Pre-Mod. Rolls-Royce SB AE3007A-79-025, complete
a static run-up to 88% N2, stabilize, and check to ensure that oil
pressure is equal to or less than 83 psi.
NOTE: The engine is considered cold if it has been shutdown for
more than 90 minutes.

ENGINE COOL-DOWN

2-26

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The engines must run for at least 1 minute at idle or taxi thrust before
shutdown.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION


OPERATION IN ICING CONDITIONS
Maximum Temperature for Anti-Icing Operation ............... 10C
Minimum Temperature for Manual
Anti-Icing Operation...................................................... -40C

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Holding configuration:
Landing Gear................................................................ UP
Flaps ............................................................................. UP
Minimum Airspeed........................................................ 200 KIAS
NOTE: - There is no temperature limitation for anti-icing system
automatic operation.
- Use Static Air Temperature (SAT) on ground or for takeoff
operations and Total Air Temperature (TAT) for operations in
flight.
- Icing conditions may exist whenever the Static Air
Temperature (SAT) on the ground or for takeoff, or Total Air
Temperature (TAT) in flight, is 10C or below and visible
moisture in any form is present (such as clouds, fog with
visibility of one mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, and ice
crystals).
- Icing conditions may also exist when the SAT on the ground
and for takeoff is 10C or below when operating on ramps,
taxi ways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing
water, or slush may be ingested by the engines, or freeze on
engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.
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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

2-27

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

- Takeoff is prohibited with frost, ice, snow or slush adhering to


wings, control surfaces, engine inlets, or other critical
surfaces (refer to the applicable requirements).
- There are many methods to ensure the wing is clear of ice. If
visual inspection or installed clear ice detectors do not
indicate wing contamination, a tactile (hand on surface)
check of the wing leading edge and the upper surface must
be accomplished prior to takeoff. The tactile check must also
be performed when the holdover time is exceeded after
airplane de/anti-icing fluids are applied. This check should be
performed whenever the outside temperature is less than
6C or if it cannot be ascertained that the wing fuel
temperature is above 0C; and
- there is visible moisture; or
- water is present on the wing; or
- the difference between the dew point and the outside air
temperature is 3C or less; or
- the atmospheric conditions have been conducive to frost
formation.

2-28

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: ON GROUND, DO NOT RELY ON VISUAL ICING


EVIDENCE OR ICE DETECTOR ACTUATION TO
TURN ON THE ANTI-ICING SYSTEM. USE THE
TEMPERATURE AND VISUAL MOISTURE CRITERIA
AS SPECIFIED ABOVE. DELAYING THE USE OF THE
ANTI-ICING SYSTEM UNTIL ICE BUILD-UP IS VISIBLE
FROM THE COCKPIT MAY RESULT IN ICE
INGESTION AND POSSIBLE ENGINE DAMAGE OR
FLAME-OUT.
DO NOT USE APU BLEED AS PNEUMATIC SOURCE
FOR ANTI-ICING SYSTEM.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

WINDSHIELD WIPER OPERATION (IF APPLICABLE)


Maximum Airspeed for Windshield
Wiper Operation ...................................................... 170 KIAS

FLIGHT CONTROLS
APPROACH AND LANDING FLAPS
Flaps 45 operation is not allowed in icing conditions and after ice
encounter, except for airplanes S/N 145686, 145770 and on or
Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-27-0010.

ELECTRICAL
Maximum Load on Main Generator .............................. 400 A
Maximum Load on APU Generator:
Up to 30000 ft .......................................................... 400 A
Above 30000 ft ........................................................ 300 A

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Maximum Battery Temperature .................................... 70C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

2-29

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PNEUMATIC,
AIR
PRESSURIZATION

CONDITIONING

AND

PRESSURIZATION
AIRPLANES PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-00-0007
Maximum Differential Pressure..................................... 8.1 psi
Maximum Differential Overpressure ............................. 8.4 psi
Maximum Differential Negative Pressure ..................... -0.3 psi
AIRPLANES POST-MOD. SB 145LEG-00-0007 OR EQUIPPED
WITH
AN
EQUIVALENT
MODIFICATION
FACTORY
INCORPORATED
Maximum Differential Pressure..................................... 8.4 psi
Maximum Differential Overpressure ............................. 8.6 psi
Maximum Differential Negative Pressure ..................... -0.3 psi

FLIGHT CONTROLS
ELECTROMECHANICAL GUST LOCK
Each time electromechanical gust lock lever is set to unlocked position
elevator movement must be checked. This check must be performed
at least 10 seconds after positioning the gust lock lever to the
unlocked position by moving the control column from the full up stop to
the full down stop and back to the full up stop position.

FLAPS
Maximum Altitude for Flap Extension ........................... 20000 ft

Maximum Airspeed After Takeoff/During Climb


without Retrimming .................................................. 160 KIAS

2-30

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

PITCH TRIM

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NAVIGATION
EQUIPMENT

AND

COMMUNICATION

RADAR
Do not operate weather radar during refueling, near fuel spills or
people.

HF
Do not rely on ADF indications shown on PFD while transmitting in HF.

INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM (IRS)


Airplane must not be moved until all attitude and heading information
presented on PFD is valid.
Alignment Limitations:
- Maximum latitude for alignment ........78.25 Northern and Southern
- IRS alignment will complete only after a valid airplane present
position (latitude and longitude) is received.
- Alignment time:

ALIGNMENT TIME - minutes.....

20

15

10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

ALIGNMENT LATITUDE - degrees Northern and Southern

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE


ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

2-31

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

- The airplanes may not be operated within the North and South
magnetic polar cut-out regions below:
MAGNETIC
CUT-OUT
REGIONS
North

South

LATITUDE

LONGITUDE

Between 70N and


82N

Between 90W and


120W

North of 82N

Between 0 and 180W/E

Between 60S and


82S

Between 120E and


160E

South of 82S

Between 0 and 180W/E

NOTE: Within the magnetic polar cut-out regions IRS heading data
is not available.

CHARTS AND MAPS FUNCTION (PRIMUS ELITE)


(IF APPLICABLE)
The display of maps on the MFD (Charts & Maps function) is for
enhanced situational awareness only, and use as a primary navigation
source is prohibited.

2-32

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The use of the Charts and Maps function on MFD to take credit for a
paperless cockpit approval/application is prohibited.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM


(EGPWS)
The following limitations are applicable to the Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (EGPWS):
The Allied-Signal Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System
Pilot's Guide, Document Number 060-4241-000, March 1997
edition (or later revision of the manual) or FAA accepted
Operating Manual, must be immediately available to the flight
crew.
Allied-Signal Application Software version 202 and
Configuration Software version 202 or later must be installed.
Navigation is not to be predicated on the use of the Terrain
Awareness Display.
The EGPWS data base, displays, and alerting algorithms
currently do not account for man made obstructions.
Pilots should inhibit the Terrain Awareness Alerting and
Display function by pressing the TERRAIN SYS OVRD button
when within 15 NM of takeoff, approach, or landing at an
airport when any of the following conditions apply:
- The airport has no approved instrument approach procedure.
- The longest runway is less than 1070 m in length.
- The airport is not included in the Allied Signal data base.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Terrain Display must be inhibited when using QFE altimeter


settings (not applicable to the software version 216 and on).
Pilots are authorized to deviate from their current Air Traffic
Control (ATC) clearance to the extent necessary to comply with
an EGPWS warning.
The Terrain Display is intended to be used as a situational tool
only and may not provide the accuracy and/or fidelity on which
to solely base terrain avoidance maneuvering.
In the event that accuracy of the airplane position data from the
FMS becomes inadequate for navigation (Dead Reckoning
Mode), the Terrain Awareness Alerting and Display functions
must be inhibited. This will not affect the basic GPWS functions
(modes 1 to 7). If the FMS is restored after a period of
inadequacy, the Terrain Awareness may be enabled by
pressing again the TERRAIN SYS OVRD button.
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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

2-33

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

In case of a conflict between the terrain alerts and an autopopped-up picture, pilots must check the sweeping marker
movement on the horizontal line below the terrain picture. If the
marker is frozen, the MFD terrain indication must be
deselected on MFD bezel panel.
In case of a conflict between the terrain alerts and an autopopped-up picture, pilots must check the MFD 2 terrain
information. If the terrain picture bus fail is not annunciated
(TERR amber annunciation), the MFD 2 must be used as
terrain picture reference.

INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM (ILS)


This limitation applies to airplanes equipped with Mod. L of the
Honeywell Primus II NV-850 Navigation Receiver Module
P/N 7510134-831; which is part of the Honeywell Primus II RNZ-851
Integrated Navigation Unit P/N 7510100-831, -832, -833 and -834.
When crossing the Outer Marker on glideslope, the altitude must be
verified with the value on the published procedure.
For airplanes with a single operating glideslope receiver, the approach
may be flown using normal procedures no lower than Localizer Only
Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA).
For airplanes with two operating glideslope receivers, the airplane may
be flown to the published minimums for the approach using normal
procedures if both glideslope receivers are tuned to the approach and
both crew members are monitoring the approach using independent
data and displays.

INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (ISIS)


Maximum duration of ISIS when operating on batteries only is
40 minutes.

Airplane must not be moved during power-up initialization.


Do not cage attitude in turning flight.

2-34

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: The maximum duration of battery power can be extended to


45 minutes if the Pitot 3 Sensor Heating Button is turned off
when not operating in icing conditions.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SATELLITE
WEATHER
RADIO
(XM WEATHER) (IF APPLICABLE)

LIMITATIONS

SYSTEM

XM Weather information must not be used for hazardous weather


penetration. XM Weather information is provided only for hazardous
weather avoidance.
NEXRAD weather data is intended for long-range planning purposes
only. Due to inherent delays and relative age of the data, NEXRAD
weather data should not be used for short-range avoidance of
hazardous weather.

ADS-B OUT (IF APPLICABLE)


For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-34-0035 (ADS-B Out) or
equipped with an equivalent modification factory incorporated, the
installed ADS-B Out system has been shown to meet the equipment
requirements of 14 CFR 91.227.

SYMBOL GENERATOR

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-31-0015 or equipped with an


equivalent modification factory incorporated, whenever Symbol
Generator (SG) button is pressed, do not press it again within a
3-second interval.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

2-35

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AUTOPILOT
The following limitations are applicable to the Autopilot:
Minimum Engagement Height After Takeoff............ 500 ft
Autopilot coupled approaches approved down to 200 ft AGL.
Malfunction altitude loss:
Cruise....................................................................... UP TO 80 ft
Maneuver ................................................................. UP TO 100 ft
ILS Approach ........................................................... 15 ft
Descent below Minimum Descent Altitude on a non precision
approach with autopilot engaged is prohibited.
Single engine go-around with autopilot engaged is prohibited.
Approach mode selection during Localizer capture is allowed only
when airplane is inbound.
NOTE: Coupled go-around height loss may be 40 ft.

2-36

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Maximum Operation Altitude with Yaw


Damper Disengaged (Mach > 0.7) .......................... 35000 ft

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS

OZONE CONCENTRATION
The tables below show the airplane altitude limitations due to ozone
concentration in atmosphere.
NOTE: - Airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-21-0007 or equipped with
an equivalent modification factory incorporated are not
subjected to this limitation.
- These tables are based on FAA ADVISORY CIRCULAR
No. 120.38.
- The tables show altitude limitations calculated for constant
ozone concentration, cabin stabilized at 8000 ft, and both
recirculation fans turned on.
- For conditions other than those specified in item 2 above, an
optimized flight plan must be approved by regulatory
agencies.
- For longitudes, the following apply:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

W
= Western
E
= Eastern
Reference = 100W longitude

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

2-37

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORTH AMERICA - MAXIMUM OZONE CRITERIA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80N
75N
70N
65N
60N
55N
50N
45N
40N
35N

2-38

JAN
W
350
370
390
400
400
-

E
320
320
340
340
350
360
370
390
-

JUL
W
340
340
350
360
-

FEB
W
330
340
370
400
360
-

E
320
320
320
320
330
340
360
370
380
-

AUG

E
W
330
340
340
350 390
360 400
380 400
400
-

MAR
W
320
330
340
360
370
370
-

E
310
320
320
320
330
340
340
360
390
-

SEP

E
W
380
390
400
400 400
-

APR
W
320
320
320
320
340
380
-

E
310
310
320
320
320
330
330
340
360
-

OCT

MAY
W
320
320
320
330
340
400
-

E
300
310
310
320
320
320
330
360
390
-

NOV

JUN
W
330
340
340
350
370
-

E
320
320
330
330
330
350
360
390
-

DEC

E
W
E
W
E
W
E
390
380
340
340
380
380
360
350
390
380
380
350
400 380 390 400 380 370 360
390 400 400 390 380 380
400 400 400 390
400
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80N
75N
70N
65N
60N
55N
50N
45N
40N
35N

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
NORTH AMERICA - TWA OZONE CRITERIA

NOTE: Values below are the altitude limitations which the airplane is
allowed to fly more than 3 continuous hours.
FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80N
75N
70N
65N
60N
55N
50N
45N
40N
35N
30N
25N
20N

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80N
75N
70N
65N
60N
55N
50N
45N
40N
35N
30N
25N
20N

JAN
W
310
320
330
330
330
330
370
-

E
270
270
290
290
290
290
310
310
330
350
-

JUL
W
290
290
300
310
320
-

E
250
270
270
290
310
310
310
330
350
390
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

FEB
W
290
310
320
350
330
310
370
-

E
250
270
270
250
270
290
290
310
310
350
-

AUG
W
330
330
330
330
350
-

E
290
310
320
330
330
330
330
350
390
-

MAR
W
300
300
310
310
310
310
330
-

E
250
250
260
270
290
290
290
310
310
350
390
-

SEP
W
330
330
350
370
-

E
290
310
310
310
330
330
330
370
-

APR
W
290
270
250
250
270
310
350
-

E
250
250
250
250
250
270
270
290
310
330
-

OCT
W
320
320
330
350
370
-

E
290
290
310
310
310
330
350
350
370
-

MAY
W
250
250
250
270
290
310
370
-

E
250
250
250
250
250
250
270
290
310
330
370
390
-

NOV
W
330
330
330
330
350
390
-

E
290
290
290
290
290
310
330
330
350
390
-

JUN
W
300
310
310
310
310
330
390
-

E
250
250
270
270
270
290
310
310
330
370
400
-

DEC
W
310
320
330
350
350
350
-

E
290
290
290
300
310
310
330
330
330
370
-

2-39

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SOUTH AMERICA - MAXIMUM OZONE CRITERIA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80S
75S
70S
65S
60S
55S
50S
45S
40S
35S

2-40

JAN
W
340
340
350
360
-

E
W
330
340
340
350 390
360 400
380 400
400
-

JUL
W
350
370
390
400
400
-

FEB

E
320
320
340
340
350
360
370
390
-

E
W
380
390
400
400 400
-

AUG
W
330
340
370
400
360
-

MAR

E
320
320
320
320
330
340
360
370
380
-

MAY

JUN

E
W
E
W
E
W
E
390
380
340
340
380
380
360
350
390
380
380
350
400 380 390 400 380 370 360
390 400 400 390 380 380
400 400 400 390
400
-

SEP
W
320
330
340
360
370
370
-

APR

E
310
320
320
320
330
340
340
360
390
-

OCT
W
320
320
320
320
340
380
-

E
310
310
320
320
320
330
330
340
360
-

NOV
W
320
320
320
330
340
400
-

E
300
310
310
320
320
320
330
360
390
-

DEC
W
330
340
340
350
370
-

E
320
320
330
330
330
350
360
390
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80S
75S
70S
65S
60S
55S
50S
45S
40S
35S

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
SOUTH AMERICA - TWA OZONE CRITERIA

NOTE: Values below are the altitude limitations which the airplane is
allowed to fly more than 3 continuous hours.
FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80S
75S
70S
65S
60S
55S
50S
45S
40S
35S
30S
25S
20S

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
80S
75S
70S
65S
60S
55S
50S
45S
40S
35S
30S
25S
20S

JAN
W
290
290
300
310
320
-

E
250
270
270
290
310
310
310
330
350
390
-

JUL
W
310
320
330
330
330
330
370
-

E
270
270
290
290
290
290
310
310
330
350
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

FEB
W
330
330
330
330
350
-

E
290
310
320
330
330
330
330
350
390
-

AUG
W
290
310
320
350
330
310
370
-

E
250
270
270
250
270
290
290
310
310
350
-

MAR
W
330
330
350
370
-

E
290
310
310
310
330
330
330
370
-

SEP
W
300
300
310
310
310
310
330
-

E
250
250
260
270
290
290
290
310
310
350
390
-

APR
W
320
320
330
350
370
-

E
290
290
310
310
310
330
350
350
370
-

OCT
W
290
270
250
250
270
310
350
-

E
250
250
250
250
250
270
270
290
310
330
-

MAY
W
330
330
330
330
350
390
-

E
290
290
290
290
290
310
330
330
350
390
-

NOV
W
250
250
250
270
290
310
370
-

E
250
250
250
250
250
250
270
290
310
330
370
390
-

JUN
W
310
320
330
350
350
350
-

E
290
290
290
300
310
310
330
330
330
370
-

DEC
W
300
310
310
310
310
330
390
-

E
250
250
270
270
270
290
310
310
330
370
400
-

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LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

JAPAN - MAXIMUM OZONE CRITERIA


FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43N
36N
32N

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43N
36N
32N

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

350
400
-

340
-

340
380
-

350
390
-

340
-

400
-

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

380
-

JAPAN - TWA OZONE CRITERIA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43N
36N
32N

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43N
36N
32N

2-42

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

290
330
-

290
310
-

300
310
390

310
320
370

270
330
-

310
390
-

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

350
-

350
-

350
-

350
-

310
390
-

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NOTE: Values below are the altitude limitations which the airplane is
allowed to fly more than 3 continuous hours.

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
AUSTRALIA - MAXIMUM OZONE CRITERIA
FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43S
36S
32S

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43S
36S
32S

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

380
-

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

350
400
-

340
-

340
380
-

350
390
-

340
-

400
-

AUSTRALIA - TWA OZONE CRITERIA


NOTE: Values below are the altitude limitations which the airplane is
allowed to fly more than 3 continuous hours.
FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43S
36S
32S

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
43S
36S
32S

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

350
-

350
-

350
-

350
-

310
390
-

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

290
330
-

290
310
-

300
310
390

310
320
370

270
330
-

310
390
-

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LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

WESTERN EUROPE - MAXIMUM OZONE CRITERIA


FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52N
47N
39N

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52N
47N
39N

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

390
400
-

350
370
-

350
360
390

330
350
350

350
370
360

380
370
-

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

400
-

400
-

WESTERN EUROPE - TWA OZONE CRITERIA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52N
47N
39N

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52N
47N
39N

2-44

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

330
330
390

310
320
350

310
310
330

270
310
310

290
310
310

310
310
330

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

320
330
390

350
370
-

350
390
-

370
390
-

350
370
-

330
330
350

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NOTE: Values below are the altitude limitations which the airplane is
allowed to fly more than 3 continuous hours.

LIMITATIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
AFRICA - MAXIMUM OZONE CRITERIA
FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52S
47S
39S

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52S
47S
39S

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

400
-

400
-

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

390
400
-

350
370
-

350
360
390

330
350
350

350
370
360

380
370
-

AFRICA - TWA OZONE CRITERIA


NOTE: Values below are the altitude limitations which the airplane is
allowed to fly more than 3 continuous hours.
FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52S
47S
39S

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

FLIGHT
LEVEL
LATITUDE
52S
47S
39S

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

320
330
390

350
370
-

350
390
-

370
390
-

350
370
-

330
330
350

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

330
330
390

310
320
350

310
310
330

270
310
310

290
310
310

310
310
330

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SECTION 3
EMERGENCY AND
ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................... 3-5

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
SMOKE
AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE ...................................................... 3-7
BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT SMOKE ........................................ 3-7
CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE ............................................................. 3-8
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FIRE OR SMOKE .................................. 3-9
LAVATORY SMOKE..................................................................... 3-10
SMOKE EVACUATION ................................................................ 3-10
AIR CONDITIONING, PNEUMATICS, PRESSURIZATION
BLEED LEAK................................................................................ 3-11
BLEED OVERTEMPERATURE ................................................... 3-11
EMERGENCY DESCENT ............................................................ 3-12
RAPID CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION ......................................... 3-12
APU
APU FIRE ..................................................................................... 3-13
APU OVERTEMPERATURE........................................................ 3-13
DOORS,
DITCHING,
FORCED
EVACUATION (MISCELLANEOUS)

LANDING,

EMERGENCY

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

DITCHING .................................................................................... 3-14


EMERGENCY EVACUATION ...................................................... 3-16
FORCED LANDING...................................................................... 3-16
MAIN DOOR OPEN...................................................................... 3-18

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ELECTRICAL POWER, LIGHTING


BATTERY OVERTEMPERATURE...............................................3-18
ELECTRIC ESSENTIAL TRANSFER FAILURE...........................3-19
LOSS OF ALL GENERATORS.....................................................3-20
ENGINE
ATTCS FAILURE ..........................................................................3-22
DUAL ENGINE FAILURE .............................................................3-22
ENGINE ATTCS NO MARGIN......................................................3-22
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION ...............3-23
ENGINE LOW N1 .........................................................................3-25
ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE ...................................................3-25
REJECTED TAKEOFF (AT OR BELOW V1) ................................3-26
TAKEOFF WITH ENGINE FAILURE ABOVE V1 ..........................3-26
FLIGHT CONTROLS
AILERON/ROLL TRIM RUNAWAY...............................................3-27
INADVERTENT SPOILER OPENING IN FLIGHT........................3-28
JAMMED AILERON ......................................................................3-29
JAMMED ELEVATOR...................................................................3-30
JAMMED RUDDER ......................................................................3-30
PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE ........................................................3-32
PITCH TRIM RUNAWAY ..............................................................3-34
FUEL
AIRPLANE FUEL LOAD (LEGACY 600) ......................................3-35
AIRPLANE FUEL LOAD (LEGACY 650) ......................................3-36
FUEL LOW LEVEL .......................................................................3-37
HYDRAULICS, LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES
LANDING GEAR/LEVER DISAGREE ..........................................3-37
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION, OXYGEN

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ANTI-ICING INOPERATIVE IN ICING CONDITIONS ..................3-38

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY AND
ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

NAVIGATION, FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS, AUTOPILOT


AUTOPILOT FAILURE ................................................................. 3-39
WARNING SYSTEMS
STALL PROTECTION INOPERATIVE......................................... 3-39
STICK PUSHER FAILURE........................................................... 3-40
TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION WARNING ................................... 3-40

ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

AIR CONDITIONING, PNEUMATICS AND


PRESSURIZATION ................................................................. 3-41
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT ........................................................... 3-53
DOORS, MISCELLANEOUS........................................................ 3-54
ELECTRICAL POWER, LIGHTING.............................................. 3-57
ENGINE ........................................................................................ 3-62
FIRE PROTECTION ..................................................................... 3-75
FLIGHT CONTROLS .................................................................... 3-76
FUEL............................................................................................. 3-82
HYDRAULICS, LANDING GEAR & BRAKES .............................. 3-94
ICE & RAIN PROTECTION, OXYGEN......................................... 3-107
NAVIGATION, FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS, AUTOPILOT ............... 3-115
WARNING SYSTEMS .................................................................. 3-130

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

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MANUAL

EMERGENCY AND
ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

INTRODUCTION
The emergency and abnormal procedures contained in this manual
have been developed by the airplane manufacturer and approved by
the certification authority for use in the operation of this airplane.
This Section provides the emergency and abnormal procedures to be
performed in case of a system malfunction or failure, in order to
protect passengers and/or crew from serious harm and to maintain the
airworthiness of the airplane.
Some procedures require a landing at the nearest suitable airport.
Such information is provided with the intent of establishing that the
flight should be terminated at the pilot's discretion. It is the pilot's
responsibility to use good judgement concerning the time and place to
land, as well as to evaluate factors such as airplane condition,
weather, etc.
However, it is emphasized that for fire or smoke that cannot be
positively located and extinguished, an immediate descent, landing
and passenger evacuation should be performed.
The decision to reject takeoff should be considered if any undesirable
event occurs.
The procedures are presented as follows:

The actions contained in a box are immediate actions. They


must be performed expeditiously and from memory to minimize
hazards. The other actions should be performed as soon as
the condition permits.
All the actions must be performed in the order given.

Procedures contained herein assume:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Airplane systems are operating normally prior to the failure.


Normal procedures have been properly accomplished.
System controls are in normal condition prior to initiation of the
associated procedure.
Aural warnings are silenced as applicable. Master
Warning/Caution lights are reset as soon as the failure is
recognized.
Oxygen masks and smoke goggles are donned when cabin
altitude is excessive or ambient air is contaminated.
Crew communication is established when required.
Circuit breakers are checked.

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

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EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE
Suspect Bleed............................................................... CLOSE
Crossbleed.................................................................... OPEN
If procedure does not eliminate smoke, change bleed source supplying
the air conditioning (including APU bleed).
SMOKE EVACUATION and
CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE Procedures ............... AS REQUIRED
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE ENGINE
OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.

BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT SMOKE


EICAS WARNING: BAGG SMOKE
EICAS CAUTION: BAGG ACCESS OPN..................... NOT
DISPLAYED
Baggage Fire Extinguishing Button .............................. PRESS
Diversion....................................................................... CONSIDER
Altitude .......................................................................... MAINTAIN
Maintain the current flight level as long as possible.
Alternate Airport............................................................ IDENTIFY
Commence the diversion to land at the nearest suitable airport.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - The extinguishing agent duration is approximately 75 minutes.


- Advise ground crew of possible presence of Halon vapors
and smoke trapped in the compartment.

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EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE


Crew Oxygen Masks..................................................... DON, SELECT
100%
Smoke Goggles or PBE ................................................ DON
Recirculation Fan .......................................................... OFF
Crew Communication.................................................... ESTABLISH

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Diversion ....................................................................... CONSIDER


Fire or Smoke Source ................................................... IDENTIFY
AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE
Procedure ................................................................ AS REQUIRED
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FIRE OR
SMOKE Procedure .................................................. AS REQUIRED
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (if necessary).......................................... ACCOMPLISH
Determine and extinguish any source of fire or smoke within the cabin.
After conducting the fire or smoke procedures, even though smoke
has dissipated, land at the nearest suitable airport, unless it can be
visually verified that the fire has been extinguished.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FIRE OR SMOKE


If smoke source can be determined:
Electrical Power to Associated Equipment.............. OFF
If smoke source cannot be determined:
Shed Buses ............................................................. OFF
If smoke does not stop or decrease after a reasonable time, cut
power to Central DC Bus as follows:
Bus Ties.............................................................. OFF
APU Generator ................................................... OFF
Battery 2 ............................................................. OFF
If smoke does not stop or decrease after a reasonable time, cut
power to DC Bus 1 and Essential DC Bus 1 as follows:
Fuel Pumps ........................................................ 1B AND 2A OR
2C
Battery 2 ............................................................. AUTO
Battery 1 ............................................................. OFF
Generators 1 and 3 ............................................ OFF
If smoke does not stop or decrease after a reasonable time, restore
power to the previously deenergized buses and cut power to DC
Bus 2 and Essential DC Bus 2 as follows:
Generators 1 and 3 ............................................ ON
Battery 1 ............................................................. AUTO
Fuel Pumps ........................................................ 1A OR 1C AND
2B
Battery 2 ............................................................. OFF
Generators 2 and 4 ............................................ OFF

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If smoke does not stop or decrease after a reasonable time, restore


power to the previously deenergized buses and cut power to
Backup Buses as follows:
Generators 2 and 4 ............................................ ON
Battery 2 ............................................................. AUTO
APU Generator ................................................... AS REQUIRED
Bus Ties.............................................................. AUTO
Shed Buses ........................................................ AUTO
Backup Battery ................................................... OFF
Land at the nearest suitable airport.
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (if necessary) ......................................... ACCOMPLISH
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MANUAL

LAVATORY SMOKE
EICAS WARNING: LAV SMOKE (if applicable)
Lavatory Light Circuit Breaker (located in line E).......... PULL
Lavatory Flush Circuit Breaker (located in line E or
in the cabin entertainment panel) ............................ PULL
CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE Procedure............................ AS REQUIRED

SMOKE EVACUATION

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Cockpit Door ................................................................. CLOSE


Recirculation Fan .......................................................... OFF
Gasper Fan ................................................................... OFF
Pressurization Manual Controller.................................. 1 O'CLOCK
Wait 15 seconds.
Pressurization Mode Selector ....................................... MAN
Pressurization Manual Controller.................................. AS REQUIRED
Passenger Oxygen ....................................................... AS REQUIRED
To evacuate the smoke faster:
Pressurization Manual Controller............................. UP
Packs 1 and 2 .......................................................... OFF
Bleeds (engine or APU) ........................................... OPEN
Emergency Descent ................................................ AS REQUIRED
Altitude ..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Recover cabin pressure as soon as smoke has been cleared.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

BLEED LEAK
EICAS WARNING: BLD 1 (2) LEAK or BLD APU LEAK
Crossbleed.................................................................... CLOSE
Associated Bleed and APU Bleed ................................ CLOSE
Altitude .......................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
Icing Conditions ............................................................ EXIT/AVOID
Wait 3 minutes.
If the message remains on, but the associated advisory message on
EICAS (BLD 1 or 2 VLV CLSD) indicates the valve is closed:
Opposite Bleed ........................................................ CLOSE
Associated Bleed..................................................... OPEN
Wait 3 minutes.
If the message still remains:
Associated Bleed................................................ CLOSE
Altitude................................................................ MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
If the message remains on and is associated with a failed engine
bleed valve (BLD 1 or 2 VLV FAIL caution message):
Associated Thrust Lever.......................................... IDLE
Wait 3 minutes.
If the message still remains:
Associated Engine (or APU)............................... SHUTDOWN

BLEED OVERTEMPERATURE
EICAS WARNING: BLD 1 (2) OVTEMP

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Crossbleed.................................................................... OPEN
Cross-Side Bleed.......................................................... OPEN
Associated Bleed .......................................................... CLOSE
Altitude .......................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE ENGINE
OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.

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EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY DESCENT
Cabin Crew ................................................................... NOTIFY
Fasten Belts .................................................................. ON
Thrust Levers ................................................................ IDLE
Speed Brakes................................................................ OPEN
Airspeed ........................................................................ 250 KIAS
Landing Gear ................................................................ DOWN
Minimum Enroute Altitude............................................. CHECK
CAUTION: THIS PROCEDURE ASSUMES THAT THE INTEGRITY
OF THE STRUCTURE IS NOT AFFECTED. IF
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE IS SUSPECTED, USE THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS WITH CAUTION AVOIDING HIGH
MANEUVERING LOADS AND REDUCING AIRSPEED
AS APPROPRIATE.
NOTE: It is recommended that descent be initiated by a turn with a
bank angle of 30.

RAPID CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION


Aural Warning: CABIN
Crew Oxygen Masks..................................................... DON
Crew Communication.................................................... ESTABLISH
Emergency Descent...................................................... AS REQUIRED

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Passenger Oxygen ....................................................... AS REQUIRED


Altitude .......................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

APU FIRE
EICAS WARNING: APU FIRE
Aural Warning: BELL
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve ................................................ CLOSE
APU Master Knob ......................................................... OFF
APU FUEL SOV CLSD Message
on EICAS ................................................................. CONFIRM
If the valve is not confirmed closed and the fire message remains:
Right Electric Fuel Pumps ....................................... OFF
Crossfeed ................................................................ OFF
Initiate a descent to 25000 ft or MEA, whichever is higher.
After 30 seconds, if the APU FIRE message remains displayed or if
the APU FIREDET FAIL message is displayed:
APU Fire Extinguishing Button ................................ PRESS
Land at the nearest suitable airport.
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTART APU.

APU OVERTEMPERATURE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

APU Bleed .................................................................... CLOSE


Wait 10 seconds.
If EGT still in red or yellow range:
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve........................................... CLOSE
APU Master Knob.................................................... OFF

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PROCEDURES

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

DITCHING
WARNING: THE EMB-135BJ WAS NOT TESTED FOR DITCHING.
BELOW ARE THE RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES,
WHICH HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED BASED ON
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE.
ATC/Cabin Crew ........................................................... NOTIFY
Transponder.................................................................. 7700
ELT................................................................................ ON
Emergency Lights ......................................................... ON
Passengers ................................................................... PREPARE FOR
DITCHING
Cabin (below 10000 ft).................................................. DEPRESSURIZE
If necessary, inhibit EGPWS (D2 or J8) and Aural Warning System (B4
and E29 or B4 and E30) by pulling their circuit breakers.
When reaching 1000 ft:
Fuel Transfer System .............................................. TURN OFF
For Legacy 600, set Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob to OFF.
For Legacy 650, set both Fuel Transfer Master Knob and Fuel
Transfer OVRD Button to OFF.
Air Conditioning 1 and 2 .......................................... OFF
Engine Bleeds.......................................................... CLOSE
Approach configuration:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear ...................................................... UP
Flaps ................................................................... 22
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position, maintain
airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION
0 to 8
9 to 21
22

MINIMUM AIRSPEED
VREF 45 + 30 KIAS
VREF 45 + 10 KIAS
VREF 45 + 5 KIAS

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If not in icing conditions:
Landing Gear...................................................... UP
Flaps................................................................... 45
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position, maintain
airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION
0 to 8
9 to 21
22 to 44
45

MINIMUM AIRSPEED
VREF 45 + 30 KIAS
VREF 45 + 10 KIAS
VREF 45 + 5 KIAS
VREF 45

The final path should be made with airplane straight and level. Yaw
angles should be limited to one ball of sideslip. If possible, ditching
should be made parallel to the line of the wave crests.
Before touchdown:
Rate of Descent....................................................... LESS THAN
180 ft/min
Attitude..................................................................... 4 NOSE UP
Upon water contact:
Start/Stop Selectors................................................. STOP
EMERGENCY EVACUATION Procedure ............... ACCOMPLISH

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

WARNING: AIRPLANE EVACUATION MUST BE DONE THROUGH


THE OVERWING EMERGENCY EXITS ONLY. DO NOT
OPEN REMAINING DOORS.

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EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY EVACUATION
Parking Brake (if necessary)......................................... APPLY
Cabin............................................................................. DEPRESSURIZE
Fire Extinguishing Handles ........................................... PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve ................................................ CLOSE
APU and Engine Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary) ............................................... DISCHARGE
Electric Fuel Pumps ...................................................... OFF
Electric Hydraulic Pumps .............................................. OFF
Cabin Crew ................................................................... NOTIFY
Emergency Lighting ...................................................... ON
Evacuation .................................................................... INITIATE
NOTE: Cockpit door blow-out panels may be broken to be used as an
alternative way to leave cockpit.
ATC ............................................................................... NOTIFY
Before leaving the airplane:
Batteries................................................................... OFF

FORCED LANDING
This procedure is recommended for landings, with engines operative
or not, including places other than a runway.

ATC and Cabin Crew .................................................... NOTIFY


Transponder.................................................................. 7700
ELT................................................................................ ON
Emergency Lights ......................................................... ON
Passenger ..................................................................... PREPARE FOR
FORCED
LANDING
Cabin (below 10000 ft).................................................. DEPRESSURIZE

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When committed to land:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear...................................................... AS REQUIRED
Flaps................................................................... 22
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position, maintain
airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION
0 to 8
9 to 21
22

MINIMUM AIRSPEED
VREF 45 + 30 KIAS
VREF 45 + 10 KIAS
VREF 45 + 5 KIAS

If not in icing conditions:


Landing Gear...................................................... AS REQUIRED
Flaps................................................................... 45
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position, maintain
airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION
0 to 8
9 to 21
22 to 44
45

MINIMUM AIRSPEED
VREF 45 + 30 KIAS
VREF 45 + 10 KIAS
VREF 45 + 5 KIAS
VREF 45

If necessary, inhibit EGPWS (D2 or J8) and Aural Warning System (B4
and E29 or B4 and E30) by pulling their circuit breakers.
If crash is unavoidable, just before touchdown:
Fire Extinguishing Handles...................................... PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve........................................... CLOSE
Fuel Transfer System .............................................. TURN OFF
For Legacy 600, set Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob to OFF.
For Legacy 650, set both Fuel Transfer Master Knob and Fuel
Transfer OVRD Button to OFF.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

When the airplane comes to a complete stop:


EMERGENCY EVACUATION
Procedure ........................................................... ACCOMPLISH

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-17

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAIN DOOR OPEN


EICAS WARNING: MAIN DOOR OPN
Fasten Seat Belts.......................................................... ON
Check doors pictorial indication on MFD Takeoff Page. If message is
confirmed or if MFD is not available:
Door Internal Lock Indicator (red marks) ................. CHECK
If the door is confirmed locked:
Monitor cabin pressure.
If the door internal lock indicators are not aligned or it is not possible to
maintain the pressurization, proceed:
Altitude ..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Cabin........................................................................ DEPRESSURIZE
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

BATTERY OVERTEMPERATURE
EICAS WARNING: BATT 1 (2) OVTEMP
Associated Battery ........................................................ OFF

3-18

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Check that the associated BATT OFF BUS message is on.


If the associated BATT OFF BUS message is not on, land at the
nearest suitable airport.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

ELECTRIC ESSENTIAL TRANSFER FAILURE


EICAS WARNING: ELEC ESS XFR FAIL
If no generator is available:
LOSS OF ALL GENERATORS Procedure.............. ACCOMPLISH
If the message remains:
Bus Ties................................................................... OFF

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If the message still remains:


Shed Buses ............................................................. OFF
Turn off equipment not essential for the flight. Begin with the
equipment connected to DC Buses 1 and 2 (Circuit Breaker Panel
rows D, E, F, G, H).
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-19

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LOSS OF ALL GENERATORS


EICAS CAUTION: GEN 1-2-3-4 OFF BUS and
APU GEN OFF BUS
Airspeed ........................................................................ MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
Altitude .......................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Essential Power ............................................................ ON
Crew Oxygen ................................................................ AS REQUIRED
Passenger Oxygen ....................................................... AS REQUIRED
Emergency Lights ......................................................... OFF
If required, turn on Emergency Lights before landing.
Land at the nearest suitable airport.
Landing Gear ........................................................... DOWN
FLAPS POSITION
0 to 8
9 to 21
22 to 44
45

MINIMUM AIRSPEED
VREF 45 + 30 KIAS
VREF 45 + 10 KIAS
VREF 45 + 5 KIAS
VREF 45

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE


FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.95.

BATTERY DURATION IS 40 MINUTES.

3-20

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - The nose landing gear doors will open if DC Bus 2 is off,
therefore the pilot should expect noise increase.
- The following warning messages will be presented: SPS 1-2
INOP and ICE COND-A/I INOP.
- The following caution messages will be presented: STICK
PUSHER FAIL, SPS ADVANCED, GPWS INOP,
WINDSHEAR INOP, CHECK PFD 1, IC BUS FAIL, APU
GEN OFF BUS, GEN 1-2-3-4 OFF BUS, DC BUS 1-2 OFF,
SHED BUS 1-2 OFF, 115 VAC BUS OFF, EMERG LT NOT
ARMD, E1-2 CTL A-B FAIL, ENG 1-2 REV FAIL, LG
AIR/GND FAIL, FLAP FAIL, SPOILER FAIL, PITOT 1-2
INOP, W/S 1-2 HEAT FAIL, TAT 1-2 HEAT INOP, STAB
A/ICE FAIL, A/ICE SW OFF, WG 1-2 A/ICE FAIL, E1-2
A/ICE FAIL, AOA 1-2 HEAT INOP, ICE DET 1-2 FAIL and
ICE DETECTORS FAIL.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-21

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ATTCS FAILURE
EICAS WARNING: ATTCS FAIL
Thrust Levers ................................................................ MAX
Another take off is not permitted.

DUAL ENGINE FAILURE


EICAS WARNING: ENG 1-2 OUT
Airspeed ........................................................................ MINIMUM
260 KIAS
Oxygen Mask (if required)............................................. DON
Altitude .......................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
ENGINE AIRSTART Procedure.................................... ACCOMPLISH
CAUTION: IF APU HAS BEEN USED TO START THE ENGINES,
DO NOT ALTERNATE THE FADECS AFTER START.
NOTE: If APU is not available, only equipment supplied by the
Essential DC Bus 1 and 2 will be available. Engine windmilling
should drive engine driven pumps and supply hydraulic
pressure.
If neither engine can be restarted:
FORCED LANDING Procedure ............................... ACCOMPLISH

ENGINE ATTCS NO MARGIN


EICAS WARNING: E1 (2) ATTCS NO MRGN

CAUTION: BRAKES TEMPERATURE MUST BE CHECKED AFTER


REJECTED TAKEOFFS.

3-22

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Do not take off.

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE
FIRE,
SEPARATION

SEVERE

DAMAGE

OR

EICAS WARNING: ENG 1 (2) FIRE


LIGHT: Engine Fire Handle
Aural Warning: BELL (in case of fire)
Identify the affected engine.
Associated Thrust Lever ............................................... IDLE
Associated Start/Stop Selector..................................... STOP
Associated Fire Extinguishing Handle .......................... PULL (DO NOT
ROTATE)
Fuel Transfer System ................................................... TURN OFF
For Legacy 600, set Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob to OFF.
For Legacy 650, set both Fuel Transfer Master Knob and Fuel
Transfer OVRD Button to OFF.
If E1 (2) FUELSOV CLSD advisory message is displayed on the
EICAS:
If the fire message remains displayed after 30 seconds from pulling
the Fire Handle:
Fire Extinguishing Handle (1st shot) ................... ROTATE
If the fire message remains displayed on EICAS after 30 seconds
from 1st shot:
Fire Extinguishing Handle (2nd shot) .................. ROTATE
If E1 (2) FUELSOV CLSD advisory message is not displayed on the
EICAS:
Crossfeed Selector Knob......................................... OFF
Associated Fuel Pumps........................................... OFF
If the fire message remains displayed after 30 seconds from
selecting the fuel pumps to off:
Fire Extinguishing Handle (1st shot) ................... ROTATE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If the fire message remains displayed on EICAS after 30 seconds


from 1st shot:
Fire Extinguishing Handle (2nd shot) .................. ROTATE
If an engine failure is associated to E1 (2) FIREDET FAIL message:
Fire Extinguishing Handle
(one shot, if available) ........................................ ROTATE
CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-23

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

If an engine failure is associated to high vibration:


Autopilot ................................................................... DISENGAGE
Yaw Damper ............................................................ DISENGAGE
Airspeed................................................................... REDUCE
Chase the better airspeed to reduce the vibration. Airspeeds
around 180 KIAS are recommended.
In flight:
Remaining Engine Thrust Rating............................. CON
Associated Bleed ..................................................... CLOSE
APU (if serviceable) ................................................. START
APU Bleed ............................................................... AS REQUIRED
Crossbleed............................................................... AS REQUIRED
Land at the nearest suitable airport.
EMERGENCY EVACUATION Procedure..................... AS REQUIRED
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTART ENGINE.
IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE
ENGINE OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.

3-24

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - If in flight below 9700 ft, the air conditioning pack valves will
close automatically. The APU may be used as pneumatic
source by closing the remaining engine bleed valve.
- Engine will not shutdown with the START/STOP Selector
unless associated Thrust Lever is first moved to IDLE. If
STOP is selected before Thrust Lever is retarded to IDLE,
momentarily cycle START/STOP Selector to RUN and back
to STOP.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

ENGINE LOW N1
EICAS WARNING: E1 (2) LOW N1
Do not take off.

ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE


EICAS WARNING: E1 (2) OIL LOW PRESS (may be presented)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Oil Pressure Indication.................................................. CHECK


When conditions permit, reduce N2 below 88% and monitor oil
temperature and oil quantity indication.
Monitor oil pressure for the remainder of the flight. If oil pressure is in
the red range:
Associated Thrust Lever.......................................... IDLE
If oil pressure is still in the red range:
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure................................ ACCOMPLISH

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-25

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

REJECTED TAKEOFF (AT OR BELOW V1)


Thrust Levers ................................................................ IDLE OR MAX
REVERSE
Brakes ........................................................................... APPLY
MAXIMUM
Directional Control ........................................................ MAINTAIN
Immediately after stopping:
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE SHUTDOWN or
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR
SEPARATION Procedure ................................... AS REQUIRED

TAKEOFF WITH ENGINE FAILURE ABOVE V1


Maximum Takeoff Thrust .............................................. CHECK
At VR rotate the airplane.
With positive rate of climb:
Landing Gear ........................................................... UP
Airspeed................................................................... V2
NOTE: The airplane must be rotated to 14 (for flaps 9).
Maintain V2 up to the level off altitude. If maneuvering is required,
maintain a maximum bank of 15.
When reaching the level off height:
For takeoff with flaps 9:
At V2 + 15 KIAS .................................................. FLAPS UP
Airspeed.............................................................. ACCELERATE
TO FINAL
SEGMENT
SPEED
After flaps are retracted:
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE SHUTDOWN or
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR
SEPARATION Procedure ................................... AS REQUIRED

3-26

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

After a maximum of 5 minutes at takeoff thrust:


Thrust Rating ........................................................... AS REQUIRED

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AILERON/ROLL TRIM RUNAWAY


Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. PRESS AND
HOLD
Aileron Systems 1 and 2............................................... OFF
Roll Trim Circuit Breaker (F22 or F23) ......................... PULL
Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. RELEASE
Airspeed........................................................................ MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
If necessary, turn on one aileron hydraulic system at a time to identify
the failed system. Prepare to overcome the roll generated by the failed
aileron system. If the failure is confirmed in one aileron system, the roll
trim system may be used as required.
If the message AIL SYS 1-2 INOP is presented on EICAS:
Aileron is operating under mechanical reversion mode. Expect
greater aileron control force. If required, both pilots should act
together to control airplane. Avoid landing at airports with
anticipated turbulence or crosswind. Perform a long final approach.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................................... 22
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 +
10 KIAS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.45.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-27

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

INADVERTENT SPOILER OPENING IN FLIGHT


EICAS CAUTION: SPOILER FAIL (may be presented)
Speed Brake ................................................................. CLOSE
Speed Brake Circuit Breaker (F13)............................... PULL
Ground Spoiler Outboard
Circuit Breaker (F14) ............................................... PULL
Ground Spoiler Inboard
Circuit Breaker (F20 or F21) .................................... PULL
If any panel is jammed closed, open or is floating:
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear ...................................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................................... 22
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
Do not reduce engine thrust during flare to avoid abrupt lateral and
directional corrections before touchdown.
CAUTION: IN CASE OF PANEL JAMMED CLOSED OR
FLOATING, TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM
SUITABLE LANDING DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.50.

3-28

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

IN CASE OF PANEL JAMMED OPEN, TO


DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.45.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

JAMMED AILERON
Aileron Disconnect........................................................ PULL
Autopilot........................................................................ OFF
Airspeed........................................................................ MAXIMUM
200 KIAS
NOTE: Roll rate with aileron disconnected is lower than with full
system.
After control is regained:
If the copilot's aileron is operative, roll trim and artificial feel are
available.
If the pilot's aileron is operative, roll trim and artificial feel are not
available. Do not make sudden and large aileron inputs. Do not
increase bank angle above 20.
In either case, autopilot must not be reengaged.
If both ailerons are jammed, use rudder to control the airplane.
Avoid landing at airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
Approach and landing configuration:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
15 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.55.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If not in icing conditions:


Landing Gear........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 45
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
5 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.13.
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-29

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

JAMMED ELEVATOR
EICAS WARNING: SPS 1-2 INOP (may be presented)
EICAS CAUTION: STICK PUSHER FAIL
Elevator Disconnect ...................................................... PULL
Autopilot ........................................................................ OFF
Airspeed ........................................................................ MAXIMUM
200 KIAS
Pitch Trim ...................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Avoid landing at airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear ........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
If both elevators are jammed, pitch trim may be used to land the
airplane.
If left elevator is jammed, Stick Pusher will not be available.
Depending on the jammed elevator position, the remaining elevator
power to flare the airplane will be reduced.
Do not reengage autopilot.
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE LANDING
DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.45.

JAMMED RUDDER
Command rudder through yaw trim. If not possible:
Rudder System 2 ..................................................... OFF

If rudder control through pedals is not restored:


Airspeed................................................................... MAXIMUM
200 KIAS
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3-30

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If still jammed:
Rudder System 2 ..................................................... ON
Rudder System 1 ..................................................... OFF

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Avoid landing at airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
Approach and landing configuration:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
15 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.85.
If not in icing conditions:
Landing Gear........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 45
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 + 5 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.42.
If required, use asymmetric thrust to trim the airplane and do not
reduce engine thrust during flare in order to avoid abrupt lateral and
directional corrections before touchdown.
During approach, the pilot not flying must keep the Steering
Disengage Button pressed to avoid inadvertent nose wheel deflection
once on ground.
When the airplane is firmly on ground, use the Steering Handle to
control the airplane still keeping the Steering Disengage Button
pressed and then reduce the engine thrust to IDLE.
If necessary, use differential braking to steer the airplane.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: The Steering handle is effective even with the Steering


Disengage Button pressed.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-31

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE


EICAS WARNING: PTRIM MAIN INOP, PTRIM BACKUP INOP
EICAS CAUTION: AUTO TRIM FAIL
If at least one message is presented without pressing any Pitch Trim
Switch:
Affected Pitch Trim System ..................................... OFF
Use the remaining Pitch Trim System.
If both Pitch Trim Systems become inoperative:
Pitch Trim Main System...................................... OFF
Pitch Trim Backup System.................................. OFF
Consider landing at the nearest suitable airport.
If message is presented when pressing any Pitch Trim Switch:
Airspeed................................................................... REDUCE
Airspeed reduction alleviates control column forces and may permit
Pitch Trim command to be recovered.
If Pitch Trim command is reestablished continue the flight with the
remaining Pitch Trim System.
NOTE: - Do not engage the Autopilot if the Main Pitch Trim System is
inoperative.
- If only one segment of the Pitch Trim Switch is pressed, the
TRIM aural warning message will be generated.
WARNING: IF PITCH TRIM COMMAND IS NOT REESTABLISHED,
DO NOT OPEN SPEEDBRAKE.

NOTE: Turning the airplane and extending the landing gear helps
to maintain minimum airspeed with unwanted pitch up
tendency.
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3-32

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If pitch trim command is not reestablished and the airplane presents a


NOSE UP tendency:
Airspeed................................................................... REDUCE
If it is necessary to reduce airspeed below 180 KIAS (or 200 KIAS
in icing conditions), extend flaps to 9 (at 20000 ft maximum).
If it is necessary to reduce airspeed below 160 KIAS, extend flaps
to 22.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Pitch Trim Command............................................... CHECK ALL
SWITCHES
If pitch trim is recovered, retrim the airplane and proceed with flight
normally.
If pitch trim is not recovered:
Consider landing at the nearest suitable airport.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear................................................. DOWN
Flaps.............................................................. 22
Airspeed ........................................................ VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.45.
If pitch trim command is not reestablished and the airplane presents a
NOSE DOWN tendency:
Airspeed................................................................... REDUCE
Below 250 KIAS:
Flaps (at 20000 ft maximum).............................. 9
Below 180 KIAS:
Flaps................................................................... 22
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
NOTE: Gear extension should be delayed as long as possible.
Flaps................................................................... 22
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 +
25 KIAS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.75.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-33

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PITCH TRIM RUNAWAY


EICAS WARNING: AUTOPILOT FAIL (may be presented)
EICAS CAUTION: AUTO TRIM FAIL (may be presented)

Quick Disconnect Button............................................... PRESS AND


HOLD
NOTE: Do not change flap setting.
At a safe altitude:
Pitch Trim Main System........................................... OFF
Pitch Trim Backup System....................................... OFF
Quick Disconnect Button ......................................... RELEASE
WARNING: DO NOT OPEN THE SPEED BRAKE.

3-34

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If control column forces are excessive, try to recover airplane control


by turning one system on and trimming the airplane as necessary.
Initiate with the Backup System. Leave the failed system off.
Autopilot ........................................................................ AS REQUIRED
If neither Main nor Backup Pitch Trim System is operative:
PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE Procedure ................. ACCOMPLISH

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE FUEL LOAD (LEGACY 600)


EICAS WARNING: CHECK ACFT LOAD or FUEL XFER CRITICAL
Thrust Levers................................................................ REDUCE TO
LONG RANGE
SET
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ...................................... FUS 1 or FUS 2
Fuel Transfer System ................................................... CHECK
STATUS
If fuel transfer is observed on MFD Fuel Page proceed with flight
normally.
NOTE: The EICAS Warning will remain presented while any wing tank
quantity is below 2200 lb and total fuselage tanks quantity is
above 1760 lb.
If system is inoperative:
Check remaining fuel and consider diversion.
Avoid rapid maneuvers and flying in severe turbulence conditions.
Before touchdown:
Rate of Descent.................................................. MAXIMUM
450 ft/min

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Touch smoothly the runway surface. Reduce the engine thrust only
after the touchdown.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-35

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRPLANE FUEL LOAD (LEGACY 650)


EICAS WARNING: FUEL XFER CRITICAL
Thrust Levers ................................................................ REDUCE TO
LONG RANGE
SET
Fuel Transfer Master Knob ........................................... FUS 1 or FUS 2
or VTRL
The following order is recommended: FUS 1, then FUS 2, then
VTRL. Select the system only if there is usable fuel in the
associated tanks.
Fuel Transfer System.................................................... CHECK
STATUS
If fuel transfer is observed on MFD Fuel Page proceed with flight
normally.
NOTE: The EICAS Warning will remain presented while any wing tank
quantity is below 2200 lb and total fuselage tanks quantity is
above 1760 lb.
If system is inoperative:
Check remaining fuel and consider diversion.
Avoid rapid maneuvers and flying in severe turbulence conditions.
Before touchdown:
Rate of Descent .................................................. MAXIMUM
360 ft/min

3-36

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Touch smoothly the runway surface. Reduce the engine thrust only
after the touchdown.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

FUEL LOW LEVEL


EICAS WARNING: FUEL 1 (2) LO LEVEL
Thrust Levers................................................................ REDUCE TO
LONG RANGE
SET
Level the airplane and check available fuel quantities.
If fuel quantity is sufficient, complete the flight normally.
If fuel quantity is not sufficient:
Avoid pitch attitudes in excess of 10 nose down or 10 nose up
attitude, uncoordinated maneuvers and negative g's.
CROSSFEED OPERATION Procedure .................. AS REQUIRED
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

LANDING GEAR/LEVER DISAGREE


EICAS WARNING: LG/LEVER DISAGREE
Airspeed........................................................................ MAXIMUM
200 KIAS
Landing Gear ................................................................ CYCLE
If the message persists:
In a retraction:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Continue flight with landing gear down.
Airspeed ............................................................. MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
Land at the nearest suitable airport. Leave and avoid icing
conditions.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

In an extension:
ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR
EXTENSION Procedure ................................ ACCOMPLISH

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-37

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

ANTI-ICING
CONDITIONS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

INOPERATIVE

IN

ICING

EICAS WARNING: ICE COND-A/I INOP with any or all Anti-Icing


System EICAS CAUTION

On ground, whenever the message is displayed, do not take off and


perform the test below:
Thrust Levers ........................................................... IDLE
Ice Detection Override Knob.................................... AUTO
Ice Detection Test Knob .......................................... 1, THEN 2
Test knob must be held for 5 seconds in each test position.
For each side separately, check that OPEN inscriptions in the antiicing buttons flash alternately and that ICE DET1 (2) FAIL caution
message and ICE CONDITION advisory message are displayed on
the EICAS.
If any OPEN inscription does not flash do not take off.
If the message ICE COND-A/I INOP persists do not take off.
If the message ICE COND-A/I INOP disappears within 60 seconds:
Takeoff ................................................................ ACCOMPLISH

3-38

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

In flight:
Ice Detection Override Knob.................................... ALL
If necessary, refer to the specific anti-icing system failure.
If the message persists, exit and avoid icing conditions.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AUTOPILOT FAILURE
EICAS WARNING: AUTOPILOT FAIL
Aural Warning: AUTOPILOT (only below 2500 ft radio altitude, when
autopilot is disconnected)
Autopilot........................................................................ DISENGAGE
Trim airplane as required.
NOTE: If associated with autopilot hardover a sudden deviation from
the expected flight path may occur.

STALL PROTECTION INOPERATIVE


EICAS WARNING: SPS 1 (2) INOP
Associated Stall Protection System.............................. OFF
Avoid skidding the airplane.
If in icing conditions:
Add 15 KIAS to go-around speed.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................................... 22
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 +
15 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.55.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If not in icing conditions:


Add 5 KIAS to go-around speed.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................................... 45
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 + 5 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.13.
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-39

EMERGENCY
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

STICK PUSHER FAILURE


EICAS WARNING: SPS 1-2 INOP
EICAS CAUTION: STICK PUSHER FAIL
Control Column ............................................................. PUSH
FORWARD TO
NEUTRAL
Stall Protection is not available.
Airspeed ........................................................................ 1.2 VSR
MINIMUM

TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION WARNING


EICAS WARNING: NO TAKEOFF CONFIG
Aural Warning: Voice Messages TAKEOFF-BRAKES, TAKEOFFFLAPS, TAKEOFF-SPOILERS, TAKEOFF-TRIM or
TAKEOFF-FUEL

3-40

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Do not take off.


Airplane Configuration .................................................. CORRECT

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
AIR CONDITIONING,
PRESSURIZATION

PNEUMATICS

AND

APU BLEED VALVE FAIL


EICAS CAUTION: APU BLD VLV FAIL
If valve failed closed:
Engine Bleed ........................................................... AS REQUIRED
If valve failed open and a duct leak exists:
APU ......................................................................... SHUTDOWN

BLEED LOW TEMPERATURE


EICAS CAUTION: BLD 1 (2) LOW TEMP
If temperature indication on MFD (ECS and Pneumatic Page) is in the
green range or the pointer is out of view, disregard the message.
Monitor the bleed temperature.
If the pointer on MFD indicates low temperature (white range):
Associated Thrust Lever.......................................... ADVANCE
Adjust associated Thrust Lever until the message disappears or
until the pointer of the failed side reaches the green range or the
remaining pointer.
If the message persists or if the MFD is not available:
Associated Bleed..................................................... CLOSE
Altitude..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE
ENGINE OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If the message persists, avoid or exit icing conditions.


NOTE: Ice Detection Override Knob must be set to ALL during at least
2 minutes either after exiting icing conditions or after ICE
CONDITION advisory message has disappeared.
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-41

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

BLEED VALVE CLOSED


EICAS ADVISORY: BLD 1 (2) VLV CLSD
If required and situation permitting:
Associated Pack ...................................................... OFF, THEN ON
Associated Bleed ..................................................... OPEN
If it is not possible to open bleed valve:
BLEED VALVE FAILURE Procedure....................... ACCOMPLISH

BLEED VALVE FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: BLD 1 (2) VLV FAIL
If BLD 2 VLV CLSD message is also displayed on the EICAS:
Crossbleed............................................................... OPEN
Altitude ..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
If BLD 1 VLV CLSD message is also displayed on the EICAS:
If APU is not serviceable:
Crossbleed.......................................................... OPEN
Altitude ................................................................ MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
If APU is serviceable:
Crossbleed.......................................................... CLOSE
APU..................................................................... START
APU Bleed .......................................................... OPEN
Altitude ................................................................ MAX 37000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE
ENGINE OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.

3-42

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If BLD 1 (2) VLV CLSD message is not displayed on the EICAS:


Monitor the system for the remainder of the flight.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

CROSSBLEED FAILURE
EICAS CAUTION: CROSS BLD FAIL
If the valve has failed open, associated to a duct leakage or engine
overtemperature:
Both Engine Bleeds ................................................. CLOSE
APU Bleed ............................................................... CLOSE
Altitude..................................................................... MAXIMUM
MEA OR
10000 ft
Icing Conditions ....................................................... EXIT/AVOID

CROSSBLEED SELECTED OFF


EICAS CAUTION: CROSS BLD SW OFF
Crossbleed Knob .......................................................... AUTO

ELECTRONIC BAY OVERTEMPERATURE


EICAS CAUTION: ELEKBAY OVTEMP

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Turn off the redundant system and equipment unessential for the
present phase of flight.
The following equipment is installed in the forward electronic
compartment:
ADC;
Transponder Mode S;
Integrated Communication Unit;
Aural Warning Computer;
FMS;
IRS;
Passenger Address;
Integrated Navigation Unit;
Inverters;
Dimmers;
Backup Battery.
If the message remains, maintain a cross-check between main and
standby instruments. In case a disagreement arises, assume the main
instruments indication is unreliable and land at the nearest suitable
airport.
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-43

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

HIGH STAGE VALVE FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: HS VLV 1 (2) FAIL
Monitor bleed temperature.
If the bleed temperature is too high:
BLEED OVERTEMPERATURE Procedure............. AS REQUIRED
If the bleed temperature is too low:
BLEED LOW TEMPERATURE Procedure.............. AS REQUIRED
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE ENGINE
OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.

HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING AND TAKEOFF FUNCTION


EICAS CAUTION: HI ALT LDG-T/O
NOTE: The use of the High Altitude function is prohibited.

3-44

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If message is displayed:
HIGH ALT Button on MFD ....................................... PRESS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

PACK OVERHEAT
EICAS CAUTION: PACK 1 (2) OVHT
Associated Temperature & Mode Selector................... AUTO/
FULL COLD
Associated Pack ........................................................... OFF
Wait 3 minutes.
Associated Pack ........................................................... ON
If the message remains:
Associated Temperature & Mode Selector.............. MANUAL/
FULL COLD
Associated Pack ...................................................... OFF
Wait 3 minutes.
Associated Pack ...................................................... ON
If the message still remains:
Associated Pack ...................................................... OFF
Altitude..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
If both packs have been shutoff:
Altitude..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Pressurization Mode Selector.................................. MAN
Pressurization Manual Controller ............................ AS REQUIRED
If required:
Pressurization Manual Controller ....................... FULL UP

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: At least one bleed source, engines or APU, must be kept


open.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-45

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PACK OVERLOAD
EICAS CAUTION: PACK 1 (2) OVLD
Associated Temperature & Mode Selector ................... AUTO/
12 O'CLOCK
Associated Pack ........................................................... OFF
Wait 3 minutes.
Associated Pack ........................................................... ON
If the message remains on:
Associated Temperature & Mode Selector.............. MANUAL/
12 O'CLOCK
Associated Pack ...................................................... OFF
Wait 3 minutes.
Associated Pack ...................................................... ON
If the message still remains on:
Associated Pack ...................................................... OFF
Altitude ..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
Associated Engine Bleed......................................... OPEN
If both packs have been shutoff:
Altitude ..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Pressurization Mode Selector.................................. MAN
Pressurization Manual Controller............................. AS REQUIRED
If required:
Pressurization Manual Controller ....................... FULL UP

3-46

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: At least one bleed source, engines or APU, must be kept


open.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

PACK VALVE CLOSED


EICAS ADVISORY: PACK 1 (2) VLV CLSD
If required and situation permitting:
Associated Pack ...................................................... OFF, THEN ON
If it is not possible to open pack valve:
Altitude..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If both packs are closed:


Altitude..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-47

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PACK VALVE FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: PACK 1 (2) VLV FAIL
If valve failed closed (pack valve closed advisory message is on):
Altitude ..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
If valve failed open and it is necessary to turn off associated air
conditioning system:
Crossbleed............................................................... CLOSE
Associated Bleed ..................................................... CLOSE
APU Bleed (if left pack failed) .................................. CLOSE
Altitude ..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE
ENGINE OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.
If both packs have been shutoff:
Altitude ..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Pressurization Mode Selector.................................. MAN
Pressurization Manual Controller............................. AS REQUIRED
If required:
Pressurization Manual Controller ....................... FULL UP

3-48/(3-48A, 3-48B Deleted)

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: At least one bleed source, engines or APU, must be kept


open.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

PRESSURIZATION AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FAILURE/


CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION
EICAS CAUTION: PRESN AUTO FAIL (may be presented)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Pressurization Manual Controller ................................. 11 O'CLOCK


POSITION
Pressurization Mode Selector....................................... MAN
Pressurization Manual Controller ................................. AS REQUIRED
If unsuccessful:
Altitude..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Pressurization Manual Controller ............................ FULL DOWN
Pressurization Mode Selector.................................. AUTO
Pressurization Dump Button.................................... PRESS

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-49

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

RAM AIR VALVE FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: RAM AIR VLV FAIL
Air Conditioning System................................................ MONITOR
If the PACK 1 (2) OVLD or PACK 1 (2) OVHT caution message
appears:
Associated Pack ...................................................... OFF
Altitude ..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
If both packs have been shutoff:
Altitude ..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Pressurization Mode Selector.................................. MAN
Pressurization Manual Controller............................. AS REQUIRED
If necessary:
Pressurization Manual Controller ....................... FULL UP

3-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: At least one bleed source, engines or APU, must be kept


open.

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LOSS OF PRESSURIZATION INDICATION


AIRPLANES PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-00-0007

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Use the remaining indications to maintain cabin altitude below


10000 ft, according to the table below:
AIRPLANE
ALTITUDE (ft)
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

CABIN
ALTITUDE (ft)
800
1100
1300
1500
1700
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
3100
3300
3500
3800
4000
4200
4500
4700
4900
5200
5400
5600
5900
6200
6400
6700
7000
7300
7700
8000

DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE (psi)
4.2
4.4
4.7
4.9
5.2
5.4
5.6
5.8
6.0
6.2
6.4
6.6
6.7
6.8
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.8
7.9
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.1
8.1
8.1

3-51

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRPLANES POST-MOD. SB 145LEG-00-0007 OR EQUIPPED


WITH
AN
EQUIVALENT
MODIFICATION
FACTORY
INCORPORATED

AIRPLANE
ALTITUDE (ft)
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000
17000
18000
19000
20000
21000
22000
23000
24000
25000
26000
27000
28000
29000
30000
31000
32000
33000
34000
35000
36000
37000
38000
39000
40000
41000

3-52

CABIN
ALTITUDE (ft)
600
900
1100
1300
1500
1700
1900
2100
2300
2500
2700
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4500
4700
4900
5100
5400
5600
5800
6100
6400
6700
7100
7400
7700
8000

DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE (psi)
4.3
4.5
4.8
5.0
5.3
5.5
5.7
6.0
6.2
6.4
6.6
6.7
6.9
7.0
7.2
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
8.0
8.1
8.1
8.2
8.2
8.3
8.3
8.3
8.3
8.3
8.4
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Use the remaining indications to maintain cabin altitude below


10000 ft, according to the table below:

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AUXILIARY POWER UNIT


APU AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWN
EICAS CAUTION: APU FAIL
If shutdown occurs with APU running:
Do not try to restart the APU.
If shutdown occurs during APU start cycle and provided there is no
obvious safety hazard:
APU START Procedure........................................... AS REQUIRED
If APU fails to restart, two more APU start attempts may be
accomplished.
NOTE: Refer to APU STARTER LIMITS in AFM Limitations section
between start attempts.

APU OIL LOW PRESSURE/OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE


EICAS CAUTION: APU OIL LO PRESS or APU OIL HI TEMP
If the APU is not essential for the flight:
APU ......................................................................... SHUTDOWN

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If APU is essential, monitor APU EGT and RPM.


If the APU EGT enters the red or amber range, apply the APU
OVERTEMPERATURE Procedure.
If RPM enters red range:
APU ......................................................................... SHUTDOWN

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-53

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

DOORS, MISCELLANEOUS
BAGGAGE/ACCESS DOOR OPEN
EICAS CAUTION: BAGGAGE DOOR OPN or ACCESS DOORS OPN
Avoid rapid maneuvers.
If it is not possible to maintain the pressurization, proceed:
Altitude ..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Pressurization .......................................................... MONITOR

EMERGENCY EXIT OPEN


EICAS CAUTION: EMERG EXIT OPN

3-54

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Fasten Belts .................................................................. ON


Verify door handle pushed in and remove passengers from the seats
near the associated emergency exit.
If emergency exit is not confirmed locked or it is not possible to
maintain the pressurization:
Altitude ..................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Cabin Pressure ........................................................ MONITOR

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

IMPAIRED OR CRACKED WINDSHIELD


Associated Windshield Heating .................................... OFF
If only the outer layer (glass) is cracked, no action is required.
If not, proceed as follows:
Cockpit Door............................................................ CLOSE
Altitude..................................................................... MEA OR
BELOW
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Cabin P = 1 psi ...................................................... SET
NOTE: Pressurization Manual Controller must be used to reach
and maintain cabin altitude steady while descending.
Airspeed................................................................... MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
Smoke Goggle......................................................... DON
In case both windshields are impaired:
Cabin (below 10000 ft) ....................................... DEPRESSURIZE
Airspeed ............................................................. MAX 140 KIAS
MINIMUM VREF
Check no loose objects in the cockpit.
If necessary:
Direct Vision Window .................................... REMOVE
Landing must be made by looking through Direct Vision
Window.
NOTE: Intercommunication will be impossible with window
removed.

INTERNAL BAGGAGE ACCESS DOOR OPEN

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

EICAS CAUTION: BAGG ACCESS OPN


Check doors pictorial on MFD Takeoff Page. If message is confirmed
or if MFD is not available:
Door ......................................................................... CLOSE AND
LOCK

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-55

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OVERWEIGHT LANDING
Approach and landing configuration:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear ........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.45.
If not in icing conditions:
Landing Gear ........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 45
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.06.

3-56/(3-56A, 3-56B Deleted)

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Before touchdown:
Rate of Descent ....................................................... MAXIMUM
300 ft/min
Touch smoothly the runway surface. Reduce the engine thrust only
after the touchdown.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ELECTRICAL POWER, LIGHTING


115 V AC BUS OFF
EICAS CAUTION: 115 VAC BUS OFF
AC Power...................................................................... OFF, THEN ON
If unsuccessful:
AC Power................................................................. OFF

APU CONTACTOR CLOSED


EICAS CAUTION: APU CNTOR CLSD
Bus Ties........................................................................ OFF
Battery 2 ....................................................................... OFF

BACKUP BATTERY OFF BUS


EICAS CAUTION: BKUP BATT OFF BUS
Backup Battery ............................................................. VERIFY ON

BATTERY OFF BUS


EICAS CAUTION: BATT 1 (2) OFF BUS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Affected Battery ............................................................ AUTO

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-57

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

DC BUS OFF
EICAS CAUTION: DC BUS 1 (2) OFF
Bus Ties ........................................................................ OVERRIDE
If associated bus is still off:
Bus Ties ................................................................... AUTO
Remaining Buses.......................................................... CHECK
If DC Bus 2 is off:
Airspeed................................................................... MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
NOTE: The nose landing doors will open, therefore the pilot should
expect noise increase.
Icing Conditions ............................................................ EXIT/AVOID

ELECTRICAL EMERGENCY ABNORMAL TRANSFER


EICAS CAUTION: ELEC EMERG ABNORM
Essential Power ............................................................ OFF
APU Generator.............................................................. ON
CAUTION: IF APU GENERATOR IS NOT AVAILABLE OR IF THE
MESSAGE REMAINS, BATTERY DURATION WILL BE
40 MINUTES.
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

EMERGENCY LIGHTS NOT ARMED


EICAS CAUTION: EMERG LT NOT ARMD

3-58

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Emergency Lighting Selector ........................................ ARM


If unsuccessful, check that Attendant Emergency Light Control Button
is set to NORM.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ESSENTIAL BUS 1 OFF


EICAS CAUTION: ESS BUS 1 OFF
On Reversionary Panel 1:
SG Button ................................................................ PRESS
Fuel Pump 1 ................................................................. 1B OR 1C
NOTE: Start selecting the Fuel Pump 1B.
Fuel Pump 2 ................................................................. 2A OR 2C
Altitude .......................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
Crossfeed ..................................................................... OFF
NOTE: Use asymmetric thrust to improve or maintain wing fuel
balance.
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE ENGINE
OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.
COM 2 on Digital Audio Panel 2................................... PRESS
Monitor fuel quantity indication 1 through FMS.
Fuselage Fuel Transfer System ................................... CHECK
STATUS
If fuel transfer is not observed consider a diversion.
If the EICAS is not energized:
DAU 1 on EICAS Rev.............................................. PRESS
At pilot's discretion, on Reversionary Panel 1:
MFD Knob .......................................................... EICAS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE LANDING


DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.49.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-59

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ESSENTIAL BUS 2 OFF


EICAS CAUTION: ESS BUS 2 OFF
Fuel Pump 1.................................................................. 1A OR 1C
Fuel Pump 2.................................................................. 2B OR 2C
NOTE: Start selecting the Fuel Pump 2B.
Icing Conditions ............................................................ EXIT/AVOID
Altitude .......................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
Monitor fuel quantity indication 2 through FMS.
Fuselage Fuel Transfer System.................................... CHECK
STATUS
If fuel transfer is not observed consider a diversion.
When necessary to extend landing gear:
ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR
EXTENSION Procedure ..................................... ACCOMPLISH
CAUTION: DO NOT USE CROSSFEED.

TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE LANDING


DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.49.

ESSENTIAL BUS 1-2 OFF


EICAS CAUTION: ESS BUS 1-2 OFF
Bus Ties ........................................................................ OFF
MFD Electrical Page ..................................................... CHECK
If both DC Buses are energized:
Batteries 1 and 2...................................................... OFF
Check if the essential buses remain off.
Associated ESS BUS OFF Procedure..................... ACCOMPLISH

If only DC Bus 2 is energized:


Battery 2................................................................... OFF
Check which essential bus remains off.
Associated ESS BUS OFF Procedure..................... ACCOMPLISH
3-60

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If only DC Bus 1 is energized:


Battery 1................................................................... OFF
Check which essential bus is off.
Associated ESS BUS OFF Procedure..................... ACCOMPLISH

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

GENERATOR BEARING FAILURE


EICAS ADVISORY: GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) BRG FAIL
Crew awareness.

GENERATOR OFF BUS


EICAS CAUTION: GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) OFF BUS or APU GEN OFF BUS
Affected Generator ....................................................... OFF, THEN ON
If the generator does not reset:
APU Generator ........................................................ AS REQUIRED
CAUTION: IF ALL GENERATORS ARE OFF BUS, CABIN WILL
DEPRESSURIZE. REFER TO LOSS OF ALL
GENERATORS PROCEDURE.
BATTERY DURATION IS 40 MINUTES.

GENERATOR OVERLOAD
EICAS CAUTION: GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) OVLD or APU GEN OVLD
Shed Buses .................................................................. OFF
If the message remains:
Electrical Load (on affected generator) ................... REDUCE
If APU generator is not affected and any generator is overloaded:
APU Generator ........................................................ ON

SHED BUS OFF


EICAS CAUTION: SHED BUS 1 (2) OFF

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If message is confirmed and shed buses are off, monitor the system
for the remainder of the flight.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-61

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE
ABNORMAL ENGINE START
Abort engine start immediately when:

Only on ground, no light-up in 10 seconds after the first fuel


flow indication.
NOTE: The start should not be aborted if fuel flow drops to
zero pph immediately after light-up.

ITT approaches start limit.


N2 remains steady or decreases for more than 30 seconds.
N2 indicates no rotation up to 10 seconds after the start
command.
Any unusual noise or vibration occurs.
Engine instruments indicate abnormal conditions.
Visible burning on the exhaust pipe.
Oil pressure does not reach at least 34 psi after the engine
reaches stabilized idle.

To abort start:
Associated Thrust Lever .......................................... IDLE
Start/Stop Selector................................................... STOP
If fire occurs or engine does not shutdown:
Fire Extinguishing Handle........................................ PULL

3-62

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

ENGINE DRY MOTORING Procedure ......................... ACCOMPLISH

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

CHECK ENGINE PERFORMANCE


EICAS ADVISORY: CHECK A1P (A1E) (A2) PERF
Associated Engine Performance ............................. CHECK

ENGINE ABNORMAL VIBRATION


Associated Thrust Lever .......................................... REDUCE TO
KEEP
VIBRATION
WITHIN LIMITS
CAUTION: CONTINUOUS VIBRATION
DAMAGE THE ENGINE.

ABOVE

LIMITS

MAY

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If vibration indication remains out of limits:


PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure..................................... ACCOMPLISH

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-63

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE AIRSTART
Affected engine:
One Electric Fuel Pump (A or B) ............................. ON
Ignition ..................................................................... AUTO
Start/Stop Selector................................................... STOP
Engine Bleed............................................................ CLOSE
Thrust Lever............................................................. IDLE
Airspeed and Altitude.................................................... REFER TO
AIRSTART
ENVELOPE
Perform an assisted start or windmilling, as required:
CAUTION: IN ICING CONDITIONS DO NOT USE APU BLEED
START, TO AVOID LOSS OF ANTI-ICE SYSTEM
PERFORMANCE.
Assisted start:
Crossbleed start:
N2 (operating engine) ......................................... ABOVE 80%
Crossbleed.......................................................... AUTO OR
OPEN
Engine Bleed (operating engine) ........................ OPEN
Start/Stop Selector.............................................. START, THEN
RUN
Engine Indication ................................................ MONITOR
Check ignition. Check N2 rising. Observe limits. Abort start
immediately if an Abnormal Engine Start is detected.

APU bleed start:


APU..................................................................... START
APU Bleed .......................................................... OPEN
Crossbleed.......................................................... AUTO OR
OPEN
Engine Bleed (operating engine) ........................ CLOSE
Start/Stop Selector.............................................. START, THEN
RUN
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3-64

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: For AE3007A1E engines only, if the engine airstart was


unsuccessful, reset the FADEC of the inoperative
engine and reattempt engine airstart.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Engine Indication ................................................ MONITOR
Check ignition. Check N2 rising. Observe limits. Abort start
immediately if an Abnormal Engine Start is detected.
NOTE: For AE3007A1E engines only, if the engine airstart was
unsuccessful, reset the FADEC of the inoperative
engine and reattempt engine airstart.
Windmilling start:
Airspeed................................................................... ABOVE
260 KIAS
Minimum N2 ............................................................ 10%
Start/Stop Selector .................................................. START, THEN
RUN
ITT and N2............................................................... MONITOR
Observe limits. Abort start immediately if an Abnormal Engine Start
is detected.
NOTE: - Windmilling start will be slower than an assisted start.
- For AE3007A1E engines only, if the engine airstart was
unsuccessful, reset the FADEC of the inoperative engine
and reattempt engine airstart.
- Windmilling start with N2 above 30% and increasing, the
loss of altitude may be minimized, by reducing airspeed.
- Initiate windmilling start with N2 as high as possible.
Windmilling starts are not possible with N2 below 10%.
Once N2 is below 10%, it may not be recovered.
- ITT peaks may occur during windmilling starts above
10000 ft with airspeed below 290 kt. In this case, the
engine may operate above the ITT limit, up to 850C, for
a maximum of 5 seconds. Abort the start if the engine
remains operating above the ITT limit for more than
5 seconds.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

After start:
Affected Engine Bleed ............................................. AS REQUIRED
Crossbleed .............................................................. AUTO
APU Bleed ............................................................... AS REQUIRED
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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-65

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

ENGINE AIRSTART ENVELOPE


AE3007 ENGINES
30000
WINDMILLING START POSSIBLE
AND ASSISTED START REGION
25000

ALTITUDE - ft

20000

15000

10000

ONLY
ASSISTED
START
REGION

0
0

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

NOTE: Shaded area may be below 1.23 VSR.

3-66

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

145CTA57 -25JUL2000

5000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ENGINE ATS SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN


EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) ATS SOV OPN
Associated Bleed (including APU bleed) ...................... CLOSE
Crossbleed.................................................................... CLOSE
On ground:
Associated Thrust Lever.......................................... IDLE
Associated Start/Stop Selector................................ STOP
If engine shutdown does not occur:
Fire Extinguishing Handle .................................. PULL (DO NOT
ROTATE)
In flight:
Altitude..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
Exit and avoid icing conditions.

ENGINE CONTROL FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) CTL FAIL (may be presented)
CAUTION: DO NOT
FADECS.

MANUALLY

ALTERNATE

ASSOCIATED

Verify the associated FADEC in control.


Associated FADEC ....................................................... RESET
If FADEC alternates automatically:
Avoid quick movements of the associated Thrust Lever.
NOTE: Thrust Lever movements may cause surge or an
uncommanded engine shutdown.
If the associated engine thrust is no longer controllable:
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure................................ AS REQUIRED

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If FADEC does not alternate automatically:


Engine control is recovered.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-67

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE DRY MOTORING


Dry motor the engine for a minimum of 30 seconds to clear it of
unburned fuel prior to attempting another start.
FADEC Control Knob.................................................... ALTN
Check alternation of FADEC-in-control indication on the EICAS.
CAUTION: IF FADEC DOES NOT ALTERNATE, DO NOT
PROCEED WITH THE ENGINE DRY MOTORING.
Ignition........................................................................... OFF
Check IGN OFF indication on EICAS display.
Start/Stop Selector........................................................ START, THEN
RUN
NOTE: If N2 indicates no rotation after 10 seconds, abort dry motoring
attempt immediately.
After 30 seconds:
Start/Stop Selector................................................... STOP
Ignition Selector ....................................................... AUTO

ENGINE FAILURE
Remaining Engine Thrust Rating .................................. CON
Altitude .......................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
ENGINE AIRSTART Procedure.................................... AS REQUIRED
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE ENGINE
OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.

3-68

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: If in flight below 9700 ft, the air conditioning pack valves will
close automatically. The APU may be used as pneumatic
source by closing the remaining engine bleed valve.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ENGINE FUEL FILTER IMPENDING BYPASS


EICAS ADVISORY: E1 (2) FUEL IMP BYP
If both engine fuel filters are affected:
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

ENGINE LIMITS EXCEEDANCE


EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) EXCEEDANCE
Do not take off.

ENGINE NO TAKEOFF DATA


EICAS CAUTION: ENG NO TO DATA
Enter takeoff data before takeoff.

ENGINE NOT DISPATCHABLE


EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) NO DISP
Crew awareness.

ENGINE OIL FILTER IMPENDING BYPASS


EICAS ADVISORY: E1 (2) OIL IMP BYP
Crew awareness.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

ENGINE OIL HIGH PRESSURE


Oil Pressure, Oil Temperature,
Oil Level, Engine Vibration...................................... MONITOR
If oil temperature, and/or oil level, and/or engine vibration, exceeds
normal operation range:
Associated Procedure ............................................. ACCOMPLISH

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-69

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE


Associated Thrust Lever ............................................... REDUCE
Reduce thrust lever and maintain the temperature within limits.
If oil temperature remains high, above 25000 ft:
Altitude ..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
Monitor oil temperature for the remainder of the flight.
If limits cannot be maintained, perform a precautionary engine
shutdown to prevent engine damage.

ENGINE OIL LOW LEVEL


Monitor oil pressure for the remainder of the flight.
Consider performing a precautionary engine shutdown in order to
preserve oil quantity so that engine may be restarted prior to landing.

ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE


When conditions permit, reduce N2 below 88%, and monitor oil
temperature.

ENGINE OUT
EICAS CAUTION: ENG1 (2) OUT

If during takeoff, above V1 and associated with an engine flameout:


TAKEOFF WITH ENGINE
FAILURE Procedure ........................................... ACCOMPLISH

3-70

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If in flight:
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure ..................................... ACCOMPLISH
ENGINE AIRSTART Procedure............................... AS REQUIRED

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ENGINE OVERTEMPERATURE
Associated Thrust Lever ............................................... REDUCE
If the condition remains:
Associated Bleed..................................................... CLOSE
Altitude..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
If the conditions remains:
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE SHUTDOWN or
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR
SEPARATION Procedure ............................. ACCOMPLISH

ENGINE REFERENCE ANTI-ICE DISAGREE


EICAS CAUTION: ENG REF A/I DISAG
Check ice protection system selection against takeoff data entered.

ENGINE SHORT DISPATCHABLE


EICAS ADVISORY: E1 (2) SHORT DISP
Crew awareness.

ENGINE REVERSER FAILURE/DISAGREE


EICAS CAUTION: ENG1 (2) REV FAIL or
ENG1 (2) REV DISAGREE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Do not take off.


On ground, during landing:
Affected Thrust Lever .............................................. IDLE
In flight:
N1 ............................................................................ CHECK
If N1 is decreasing:
Associated Thrust Lever..................................... IDLE
Airspeed ............................................................. MAXIMUM
200 KIAS
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure................................ ACCOMPLISH
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-71

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FADEC NOT DISPATCHABLE


EICAS CAUTION: FADEC ID NO DISP
Crew awareness.

LOSS OF ENGINE INDICATIONS


CONDITION: Loss of Thrust Mode, ITT, N1 and N2 indications.
If engine is operative but the indications are lost, proceed:
Associated FADEC .................................................. RESET
If engine indications are still not available:
Associated FADEC ............................................. ALTN
If engine indications are still not available:
Monitor the remaining engine indications.
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure........................... AS REQUIRED

ONE ENGINE
LANDING

INOPERATIVE

APPROACH

AND

Inoperative Engine Thrust Lever................................... IDLE


Landing Gear ................................................................ DOWN
Thrust Rating................................................................. TAKEOFF
MODE
When landing is assured:
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
10 KIAS

3-72

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.44.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE GO-AROUND


Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. PRESS
Go Around Button ......................................................... PRESS
Engine Thrust Levers.................................................... MAX
Rotate to go-around attitude (10 nose up).
Flaps ............................................................................. 9
With positive rate of climb:
Landing Gear........................................................... UP
Minimum Airspeed................................................... APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
At level off height, proceed as for TAKEOFF WITH ENGINE FAILURE
Procedure.
NOTE: - Limiting bank angle to 5 towards operative engine improves
climb performance.
- During the GO-AROUND Procedure, the DON'T SINK aural
warning may sound. In this case monitor the sink rate and
follow the GO-AROUND guidance.

PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE SHUTDOWN


Associated Thrust Lever ............................................... IDLE
Associated Start/Stop Selector..................................... STOP
NOTE: Engine will not shutdown with the START/STOP Selector
unless associated Thrust Lever is first moved to IDLE. If STOP
is selected before Thrust Lever is retarded to IDLE,
momentarily cycle START/STOP Selector to RUN and back to
STOP.
If engine shutdown does not occur:
Fire Extinguishing Handle........................................ PULL (DO NOT
ROTATE)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-73

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Remaining Engine Thrust Rating .................................. CON


Verify N2 and ITT decreasing below IDLE values.
APU............................................................................... START
APU Bleed..................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Crossbleed .................................................................... AS REQUIRED
WARNING: IF IN ICING CONDITIONS, REFER TO SINGLE ENGINE
OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN ICING
CONDITIONS PROCEDURE.
NOTE: If in flight below 9700 ft, the air conditioning pack valves will
close automatically. The APU may be used as pneumatic
source by closing the remaining engine bleed valve.

THRUST LEVER FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: ENG1 (2) TLA FAIL
Associated FADEC ....................................................... RESET
If Thrust Lever command is not available:
Associated FADEC .................................................. ALTN
If thrust lever still does not respond thrust can be partially controlled
through the Thrust Rating Buttons.
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure ..................................... AS REQUIRED

THRUST LEVER STOP FAILURE


EICAS ADVISORY: E1 (2) IDL STP FAIL
Be careful when reducing engines near IDLE.

3-74

THRUST

LEVERS

BELOW

IDLE

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: NEVER SET


INFLIGHT.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FIRE PROTECTION
FIRE DETECTION FAILURE
EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) FIREDET FAIL or APU FIREDET FAIL
Engine or APU .............................................................. MONITOR
If engine fire or overheat is suspected or if E1 (2) FIREDET FAIL
message appears simultaneously with engine failure:
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE
DAMAGE OR SEPARATION Procedure ........... ACCOMPLISH
If APU fire or overheat is suspected or if APU FIREDET FAIL message
appears simultaneously with APU failure:
APU FIRE Procedure .............................................. ACCOMPLISH

FIRE EXTINGUISHING INOPERATIVE


EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) EXTBTLA INOP, E1 (2) EXTBTLB INOP,
APU EXTBTL INOP or BAGG EXTBTL INOP (if
installed)
On Engines:
Only one discharge will be available from the remaining bottle, to
protect both engines against fire.
On APU:
Consider shutting APU down (or not starting it) if bleed extraction or
electrical generation is not essential.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

On Baggage Compartment:
In flight:
If associated with the BAGG SMOKE message, land at the
nearest suitable airport.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-75

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FLIGHT CONTROLS
AILERON SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
EICAS CAUTION: AIL SYS 1 (2) INOP
Associated Aileron System ........................................... OFF
Airspeed ........................................................................ MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
If the remaining system fails:
Remaining Aileron System ...................................... OFF
Quick Disconnect Button ......................................... PRESS
Aileron is operating under mechanical reversion mode. Expect
greater aileron control force. If required, both pilot should act
together to control airplane. Avoid landing at airports with
anticipated turbulence or crosswind. Perform a long final approach.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear ...................................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................................... 22
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.45.

FLAP LOW ACTUATION SPEED


EICAS ADVISORY: FLAP LOW SPEED

3-76

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Anticipate flap actuation.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FLAP SYSTEM FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: FLAP FAIL
Flaps may be at intermediate positions. Maintain airspeed according to
the following:
FLAPS POSITION
1 to 9
10 to 22
23 to 45

MAXIMUM AIRSPEED
250 KIAS
180 KIAS
145 KIAS

When landing maintain airspeed according to the following:


FLAPS POSITION
0 to 8
9 to 21
22 to 44
45

MINIMUM AIRSPEED
VREF 45 + 30 KIAS
VREF 45 + 10 KIAS
VREF 45 + 5 KIAS
VREF 45

CAUTION: IF FLAP FAILED BETWEEN 22 AND 45 POSITION


EXIT OR AVOID ICING CONDITIONS.
TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE LANDING
DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.70 WHEN LANDING
WITH FLAPS BETWEEN ZERO AND 8.
TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE LANDING
DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.40 WHEN LANDING
WITH FLAPS BETWEEN 9 AND 21.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE LANDING


DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45 BY 1.20 WHEN LANDING
WITH FLAPS BETWEEN 22 AND 44.
NOTE: - Depending on the flap position, EGPWS warnings may
sound. If necessary, inhibit EGPWS by pulling its circuit
breaker (D2 or J8).
- If flap indication on EICAS is not available, use flap position
marks on the wing.
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-77

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

GUST LOCK FAILURE


LIGHT: GUST LOCK (amber)
On ground:
Do not take off.
In flight:
Do not push control column full Nose Down.
Avoid flying in turbulence conditions.
Consider diversion.
Avoid landing at airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.

PITCH TRIM SWITCH INOPERATIVE


EICAS CAUTION: PTRIM CPT SW FAIL, PTRIM F/O SW FAIL,
PTRIM BKP SW FAIL
On ground:
Deenergize the airplane and energize it again.

In flight:
Use another serviceable switch.

RUDDER HARDOVER PROTECTION FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: RUD HDOV PROTFAIL
On ground:
Do not take off.

3-78

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

In flight:
Hardover protection is not available.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

RUDDER OVERBOOST
EICAS CAUTION: RUDDER OVERBOOST
Rudder System 2 .......................................................... OFF
If the message disappears:
Continue flight with rudder system 2 off.
Below 135 KIAS:
Rudder System 2................................................ ON
If message remains:
Rudder System 2..................................................... ON
Rudder System 1..................................................... OFF
Continue flight with the rudder system 1 off.
Below 135 KIAS:
Rudder System 1................................................ ON

RUDDER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE


EICAS CAUTION: RUDDER SYS 1 (2) INOP or RUDDER SYS 1-2
INOP
If only one rudder system is affected:
Affected Rudder System.......................................... OFF
If RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP message is displayed:
Rudder System 2..................................................... OFF
If RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP message is still displayed:
Rudder System 1................................................ OFF
CAUTION: IF THE MESSAGE IS PRESENTED FOLLOWING
A RUDDER RUNAWAY, DO NOT TURN ON THE
SYSTEMS.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Both Rudder Systems ........................................ ON


If RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP message is still displayed:
Expect greater rudder pedal force. If required, both pilots
should act together to control the airplane. Consider the use
of aileron to help in yaw control, and asymmetric thrust to
control the airplane.
CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-79

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Avoid landing at airports with anticipated turbulence, gusts or


crosswind.
If in icing conditions:
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear....................................... DOWN
Flaps.................................................... 22
Airspeed .............................................. VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO
DETERMINE
THE
MINIMUM
SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45
BY 1.45.
If not in icing conditions:
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear....................................... DOWN
Flaps.................................................... 45
Airspeed .............................................. VREF 45

3-80

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO
DETERMINE
THE
MINIMUM
SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS 45
BY 1.06.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

RUDDER/YAW TRIM RUNAWAY


Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. PRESS AND
HOLD
Rudder Systems 1 and 2 .............................................. OFF
Yaw Trim Circuit Breaker (F12) .................................... PULL
Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. RELEASE
Strongly push pedal opposite to the side of the uncommanded yaw,
while applying ailerons to control roll.
If necessary, turn on one rudder system at a time to identify the failed
system. Prepare to overcome the yaw generated by the failed system.
If both systems remains inoperative:
Expect greater rudder pedals force. Both pilots should act together
to control the airplane, if required. Consider the use of aileron to
help in yaw control, and asymmetric thrust to trim the airplane.
Do not use yaw trim system for the remainder of the flight.
Avoid landing at airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
Land at the nearest suitable airport.
CAUTION: DO NOT TRY TO RESET THE RUDDER SYSTEMS.

SPEED BRAKE LEVER DISAGREE


EICAS CAUTION: SPBK LVR DISAGREE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Speed Brake Lever ....................................................... CLOSE

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-81

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FUEL
APU FUEL LOW PRESSURE
EICAS CAUTION: APU FUEL LO PRESS
Select another right electric fuel pump (2A, 2B or 2C) on the
associated tank.
If message remains, repeat the procedure.

APU FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED


EICAS ADVISORY: APU FUEL SOV CLSD
If valve is open and APU is running normally, disregard the message.

APU FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE FAILED


EICAS CAUTION: APU FUEL SOV INOP
Check that APU Fuel Shutoff Button is not pressed.
If valve remains closed and it is not possible to restart the APU:
APU Master Knob .................................................... OFF

3-82

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If APU is running normally, disregard the message.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

DEFUEL VALVE NOT CLOSED (LEGACY 650)


EICAS CAUTION: DEFUEL NOT CLOSED
On ground:
Do not take off.
In flight:
Crossfeed ................................................................ OFF
Fuel Imbalance ........................................................ MONITOR
Asymmetric Thrust to Balance Wings Fuel ............. AS REQUIRED
Avoid uncoordinated maneuvers, negative g's and attitude value
of nose up above 5.
Monitor fuel quantity in the auxiliary fuel tanks. If fuel tanks
increases in any auxiliary tanks:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob................................. FUS 1 or FUS 2
or VTRL
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

ENGINE FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED


EICAS ADVISORY: E1 (2) FUELSOV CLSD

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Fire Extinguishing Handle............................................. CHECK IN


If valve is open and engine is running normally, disregard the
message.
If valve remains closed and it is not possible to restart the affected
engine:
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure..................................... ACCOMPLISH
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-83

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) FUEL SOV INOP
Engine Fuel Indications................................................. MONITOR
If the message has been presented during a fire procedure:
Crossfeed................................................................. OFF
Associated Fuel Pumps ........................................... OFF
If valve is confirmed closed during normal operation (fuel flow
decreasing to zero):
Fire Extinguishing Handle........................................ CHECK IN
If valve remains closed and it is not possible to restart the affected
engine, land at the nearest suitable airport.
PRECAUTIONARY ENGINE
SHUTDOWN Procedure ..................................... ACCOMPLISH
If engine is running normally, disregard the message.

FUEL CONFIGURATION DISAGREE (LEGACY 650)


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL CONFIG DISAG
On ground, do not take off.
In flight, compare it to FMS estimated Fuel Quantity and, if there is
discrepancy, do not rely on EICAS Fuel Quantity indications. Land at
the nearest suitable airport.

FUEL CROSSFEED FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFEED FAIL

3-84

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Crossfeed...................................................................... OFF
Fuel Imbalance.............................................................. MONITOR
Asymmetric Thrust ........................................................ AS REQUIRED
If crossfeed failed open:
Avoid uncoordinated maneuvers, flying in turbulence conditions
and negative g's.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FUEL CROSSFEED MISCOMMAND


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFEED MISCMD
Crossfeed Selector Knob.............................................. OFF
Fuel Imbalance ............................................................. CHECK
Crossfeed Selector Knob.............................................. AS REQUIRED
Check crossfeed selector knob properly positioned to correct wing fuel
imbalance.

FUEL CROSSFEED OPEN


EICAS ADVISORY: FUEL XFEED OPEN
If not required, close crossfeed.

FUEL LOW PRESSURE


EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) FUEL LO PRESS
Select another electric fuel pump on the associated tank.
If all pumps in one tank are inoperative:
Altitude..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
If operating with TS-1 kerosene:
Land at the nearest suitable airport.
Avoid rapid thrust lever movements and set minimum required
thrust.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: If required, Crossfeed may be open above 25000 ft.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-85

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FUEL LOW TEMPERATURE


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL TANK LO TEMP or E1 (2) FUEL LO TEMP
WARNING: IF FUEL TANK LO TEMP MESSAGE IS PRESENTED,
IN ANY CASE, OR E1 (2) FUEL LO TEMP IS
PRESENTED WITHOUT ICING INHIBITOR, ENGINE
FLAMEOUT MAY OCCUR.
On ground:
Low temperature in the engine (E1 or E2 FUEL LO TEMP):
Before takeoff, check that fuel icing inhibitor has been added to
the fuel.
Low temperature in the tank (FUEL TANK LO TEMP):
Check tank temperature. If message is confirmed or if MFD is
not available, do not take off.
In flight:
Descend to lower altitude and monitor engine indications as long as
the message remains.
If the low temperature is in the tank (FUEL TANK LO TEMP)
and MFD is available, tank temperature may be checked on the
MFD Fuel Page, before descending.

FUEL TANK VENTILATION VALVE OPEN


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL TK VENT OPEN
On ground:
Do not take off.
In flight:
While there is fuel in aft auxiliary fuel tanks:
Altitude ................................................................ MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
Airspeed.............................................................. MAXIMUM
300 KIAS

3-86

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Avoid pitch attitudes in excess of 5 nose up attitude,


uncoordinated maneuvers and negative g's.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM CHECK (LEGACY 600)


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFER CHECK
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ...................................... FUS 1 or FUS 2

FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM CHECK (LEGACY 650)


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFER CHECK
Fuel Transfer Master Knob........................................... FUS 1 or FUS 2
or VTRL
The following order is recommended: FUS 1, then FUS 2, then
VTRL. Select the system only if there is usable fuel in the
associated tanks.

FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE (LEGACY


600)
EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFER 1 (2) INOP
On ground:
Do not take off.
In flight:
Fuel Transfer Pump Selector Button ....................... SELECT
ANOTHER
If message persists:
Altitude..................................................................... ABOVE
20000 ft
If message persists:
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob............................ ALTERNATE
FUS TK

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Fuel Quantity ........................................................... MONITOR


Check remaining fuel quantity available and consider diversion.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-87

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FUEL TRANSFER
(LEGACY 650)

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

INOPERATIVE

FUSELAGE

EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFER 1 (2) INOP


On ground:
Do not take off.
In flight:
Fuel Transfer Pump Selector Button ....................... SELECT
ANOTHER
If message persists:
Altitude ................................................................ ABOVE
20000 ft
If message persists:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob ................................. CYCLE
Check selected system. Select OFF. Wait 10 seconds.
Reselect the same system.
If message persists:
Fuel Transfer OVRD Button .......................... ON

3-88

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Fuel Quantity............................................................ MONITOR


Check remaining fuel quantity available and consider diversion.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FUEL TRANSFER INOPERATIVE VENTRAL (LEGACY


650)
EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFR VTR INOP
On ground:
Do not take off.
In flight:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob...................................... CYCLE
Check selected system. Select OFF. Wait 10 seconds. Reselect
the same system.
If message persists:
Pitch Attitude ...................................................... MAXIMUM 5
NOSE UP
Wait 30 seconds.
If message persists:
Fuel Transfer Pump Selector Button............. SELECT
ANOTHER
If message persists:
Fuel Transfer OVRD Button ..................... ON
CAUTION: AVOID PITCH ATTITUDES IN EXCESS OF
5
NOSE
UP
ATTITUDE,
UNCOORDINATED MANEUVERS AND
NEGATIVES G'S.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If message persists:
Fuel Quantity....................................... MONITOR
Check remaining fuel quantity available and
consider diversion.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-89

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FUSELAGE FUEL IMBALANCE (LEGACY 600)


EICAS CAUTION: FUSELAGE FUEL IMB
If fuselage fuel imbalance is confirmed:
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ................................. OFF
Check MFD Fuel page for auxiliary tanks total quantity.
If any left side auxiliary tanks quantity decreases:
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ............................ FUS 1
If any right side auxiliary tanks quantity decreases:
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ............................ FUS 2
If auxiliary tanks quantity remains steady:
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ............................ OFF
If message persists during approach:
Autopilot.............................................................. DISENGAGE

FUSELAGE FUEL IMBALANCE (LEGACY 650)


EICAS CAUTION: FUSELAGE FUEL IMB
If fuselage fuel imbalance is confirmed:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob ...................................... OFF
Check MFD Fuel page for auxiliary tanks total quantity.
If any left side auxiliary tanks quantity decreases:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob ................................. FUS 1
If any right side auxiliary tanks quantity decreases:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob ................................. FUS 2
If auxiliary tanks quantity remains steady:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob ................................. OFF

3-90

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If message persists during approach:


Autopilot.............................................................. DISENGAGE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FUSELAGE MONITORING FAIL (LEGACY 650)


EICAS CAUTION: FUS 1 (2) MONIT FAIL
If FUS 1 MONIT FAIL message is presented:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob...................................... FUS 2
Select the system only if there is usable fuel in selected auxiliary
tank. After the FUS 2 is empty, select FUS 1. After FUS 1 is
empty, select VTRL.
If FUS 2 MONIT FAIL message is presented:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob...................................... FUS 1
Select the system only if there is usable fuel in selected auxiliary
tank. After the FUS 1 is empty, select FUS 2. After FUS 2 is
empty, select VTRL.
Evaluate usable fuel and consider diversion.

REFUELING COMPARTMENT DOOR OPEN


EICAS CAUTION: FUELING DOOR OPN
On ground:
Check the door for positive locking before takeoff. If the message
remains, repair is required before takeoff.

STOP OVERRIDE TRANSFER (LEGACY 650)


EICAS CAUTION: STOP OVRD XFER

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Fuel Transfer Master Knob........................................... OFF


If necessary, other auxiliary tanks also can be used with override
mode. Select the system only if there is usable fuel in selected
auxiliary tank.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-91

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUSPECTED FUEL LEAK


If FMS Fuel Remaining quantity is less than 660 lb above the MFD
Total Fuel indication:
If left wing presents lower level:
Crossfeed Selector ............................................. LOW1
If right wing presents lower level:
Crossfeed Selector ............................................. LOW2
Set engines at the same N1 and compare the Fuel Flow
indications.
If a discrepancy is noticed and is consistent with the imbalance
(high fuel flow X and low level X), a fuel leakage may be occurring
after the fuel flow sensor.
Consider shutting down the engine on the same side of the
presumed fuel leak in order to minimize fuel loss.
Land at the nearest suitable airport.
If no discrepancy is noticed, when the desired balance is achieved:
Crossfeed Selector ............................................. OFF
Monitor Total Fuel indication in MFD Fuel Page with FMS Fuel
Remaining information.

3-92

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If FMS Fuel Remaining quantity is more than 660 lb above the MFD
Total Fuel indication, a fuel leakage may be occurring before the fuel
flow sensor. Proceed as follows:
Crossfeed Selector .................................................. OFF
Throttle on Low Level Wing ..................................... IDLE
Affected Engine Fire Handle.................................... PULL (DO NOT
ROTATE)
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

WING FUEL IMBALANCE


EICAS CAUTION: WING FUEL IMB
If wing fuel imbalance is confirmed:
CROSSFEED OPERATION
Procedure ........................................................... ACCOMPLISH

WING TANKS OVERFLOW (LEGACY 600)


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFER OVFLOW
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ...................................... OFF
When required:
Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob ................................. FUS 1 or FUS 2
Wing Fuel Tank Quantity ......................................... MONITOR
Monitor wing fuel quantity and turn Fuselage Tank Transfer
Knob OFF when wing fuel reaches 5290 lb.

WING TANKS OVERFLOW (LEGACY 650)


EICAS CAUTION: FUEL XFER OVFLOW
Fuel Transfer Master Knob........................................... OFF
When required:
Fuel Transfer Master Knob...................................... FUS 1 or FUS 2
or VTRL
The following order is recommended: FUS 1, then FUS 2, then
VTRL. Select the system only if there is usable fuel in selected
auxiliary tank.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Wing Fuel Tank Quantity ......................................... MONITOR


Monitor wing fuel quantity and turn Fuel Transfer Master Knob
OFF when wing fuel reaches 5290 lb.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-93

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

HYDRAULICS, LANDING GEAR & BRAKES


ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR EXTENSION
Landing Gear Lever ...................................................... DOWN
Gear Electrical Override................................................ DOORS
Wait 3 seconds:
Gear Electrical Override .......................................... GEAR
Landing Gear Indication........................................... CHECK
If any of the gear is not locked down:
Landing Gear Lever ................................................. UP
Gear Electrical Override .......................................... NORMAL
Wait 10 seconds.
Free Fall Lever......................................................... ACTUATE
Actuate the free fall lever up to full uplock position.
Landing Gear Lever ................................................. DOWN
Landing Gear Indication........................................... CHECK
If the failure persists:
Free Fall Lever.................................................... CYCLE
Cycle the free fall lever as long as necessary, but limited to
10 times, to lower the landing gear. Wait 20 seconds, with
the lever in the uplock position, between each cycle. Verify
lever at full uplock position after cycling.

3-94

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If the failure still persists:


PARTIAL OR GEAR UP
LANDING Procedure................................ ACCOMPLISH

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

BOTH HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: HYD SYS 1-2 FAIL, RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP,
AIL SYS 1-2 INOP
EICAS ADVISORY: E1-2 HYD PUMP FAIL
Airspeed........................................................................ MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
Check hydraulic systems fluid quantity:
If any hydraulic system fluid quantity is in green range:
Associated Electric Hydraulic Pump .................. ON
If any hydraulic system fluid quantity is in amber range:
Associated Electric Hydraulic Pump .................. OFF
CAUTION: DO NOT OPEN THE SPEED BRAKE.
If one system can be recovered, complete the appropriate procedure
for one hydraulic system failure.
If both systems remain inoperative:
Quick Disconnect Button ......................................... PRESS
Both Electric Hydraulic Pumps ................................ OFF
NOTE: The nose landing gear doors will open, therefore the pilot
should expect noise increase.
ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR
EXTENSION Procedure ..................................... ACCOMPLISH
Use rudder for directional control on the ground.
Rudder and aileron are operating under mechanical reversion
mode. Expect greater rudder pedals and control wheels control
forces. Both pilots should act together to control the airplane, if
required. Pilots should minimize the use of rudder pedals to control
lateral oscillations. Ailerons are better suitable to control yaw
tendency. Also consider the use of asymmetric thrust to help in yaw
control.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: Pitch trim and roll trim systems are available.


Land at the nearest suitable airport. Avoid landings at airports with
anticipated crosswind or turbulence. Perform a long final approach.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-95

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Flaps ................................................................... 22
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
EMERGENCY BRAKE
TECHNIQUE Procedure ..................................... ACCOMPLISH
Do not attempt to taxi.
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 2.67.

BRAKE DEGRADED
EICAS CAUTION: BRAKE DEGRADED
Apply brakes normally.
Brake effectiveness may be reduced and braking asymmetry may be
felt.
Approach and landing configuration:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear ........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.71.

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.20.
During landing run:
Thrust Levers (if available) ...................................... REVERSE
3-96

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If not in icing conditions:


Landing Gear ........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 45
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

BRAKES INOPERATIVE
EICAS CAUTION: BRK OUTBD (INBD) INOP
If one pair of brakes is inoperative, apply brakes normally through the
pedals.
If both pair of brakes are inoperative:
EMERGENCY BRAKING
TECHNIQUE Procedure..................................... ACCOMPLISH
In case of one or both pairs inoperative:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 2.18.
If not in icing conditions:
Landing Gear........................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 45
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.49.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

During landing run:


Thrust Levers........................................................... REVERSE

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-97

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

BRAKES OVERHEAT
EICAS CAUTION: BRAKE OVERHEAT
If during landing and runway length is enough:
Brake Pressure ........................................................ REDUCE
Use of full reverse thrust is recommended.
If after takeoff:
Lower landing gear for cooling as soon as possible.
Airspeed................................................................... BELOW
200 KIAS
Retract gear when brakes temperature is at green range.
If MFD is not available, retract gear after message is removed.
Airspeed.............................................................. AS REQUIRED
When on ground, park the airplane as soon as possible.
Before next takeoff:
Brakes Temperature ................................................ CHECK AT
GREEN
RANGE
If Brakes Temperature Monitoring System is not available:
Quick Turn Around Chart.................................... CHECK
Wheel Thermal Plugs ......................................... CHECK
NOTE: A positive way to check Wheel Thermal Plugs is to
verify that none of tires is flat.

EMERGENCY BRAKING TECHNIQUE


Pull the emergency brake handle carefully and continuously until the
first airplane reaction. Use the parking brake light as a reference for
brake application. Modulate brake application until the airplane
achieve the desired deceleration.
In case of airplane skidding, release the handle and pull it again as
required.

3-98

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: Anti-skid protection is not available for emergency/parking


brake.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY/PARKING BRAKE HANDLE DISAGREE


INDICATION: BRAKE ON light illuminated with Emergency/Parking
Brake handle not actuated.
Park the airplane as soon as possible.
Do not take off.

EMERGENCY/PARKING BRAKE LOW PRESSURE


EICAS CAUTION: EMRG BRK LO PRES
If necessary to use the emergency/parking brake, apply it in advance.
When parking the airplane, use wheel blocks.

GEAR LEVER CANNOT BE MOVED TO UP AFTER


TAKEOFF
Wait 10 seconds to verify if the LG AIR/GND FAIL message is
displayed.
If the message is presented, do not move Landing Gear Lever.
If the message is not presented:
Downlock Release Button ....................................... PRESS
Landing Gear Lever................................................. UP
Landing Gear Lever will be released, permitting gear retraction.

HYDRAULIC ENGINE PUMP FAILURE


EICAS ADVISORY: E1 (2) HYD PUMP FAIL

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Altitude .......................................................................... AT OR BELOW


37000 ft
Monitor associated hydraulic system.
Refer to HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 (2) FAILURE Procedure, if
necessary.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-99

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

HYDRAULIC PUMP SELECTED OFF


EICAS ADVISORY: HYD PUMP SELEC OF
Electric Hydraulic Pumps .............................................. AUTO

HYDRAULIC SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED


EICAS ADVISORY: E1 (2) HYDSOV CLSD
If valve is not intentionally closed:
Engine Pump Shutoff Button ................................... CHECK NOT
PRESSED

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: HYD SYS 1 FAIL, RUDDER SYS 1 INOP or
AIL SYS 1 INOP
EICAS ADVISORY: E1 HYD PUMP FAIL
Check hydraulic system fluid quantity:
If hydraulic system fluid quantity is in green range:
Electric Hydraulic Pump 1................................... ON
If hydraulic system fluid quantity is in amber range:
Electric Hydraulic Pump 1................................... OFF
If hydraulic power is not recovered:
Airspeed................................................................... MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
Electric Hydraulic Pump 1........................................ OFF
NOTE: As the nose landing gear doors will open, the pilot should
expect a noise increasing during flight.

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CONTINOUS ON NEXT PAGE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


For landing gear extension:
ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR
EXTENSION Procedure ................................ ACCOMPLISH
Do not actuate left Thrust Reverser.
Approach and landing configuration:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................................... 22
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 2.38.
If not in icing conditions:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................................... 45
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.64.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Use rudder and differential braking for directional control on


ground.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-101

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 2 FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: HYD SYS 2 FAIL, RUDDER SYS 2 INOP or
AIL SYS 2 INOP
EICAS ADVISORY: E2 HYD PUMP FAIL
Check hydraulic system fluid quantity:
If hydraulic system fluid quantity is in green range:
Electric Hydraulic Pump 2................................... ON
If hydraulic system fluid quantity is in amber range:
Electric Hydraulic Pump 2................................... OFF
If hydraulic power is not recovered:
Airspeed................................................................... MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
Electric Hydraulic Pump 2........................................ OFF
Do not actuate right Thrust Reverser.
CAUTION: DO NOT OPEN THE SPEED BRAKE.
Approach and landing configuration:
If in icing conditions:
Landing Gear ...................................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................................... 22
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
10 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 2.27.
If not in icing conditions:
Landing Gear ...................................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................................... 45
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45

NOTE: The Emergency/Parking Brake will be available only with the


accumulator charge.

3-102

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.56.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM LOW QUANTITY


EICAS ADVISORY: HYD1 (2) LO QTY
Monitor associated hydraulic system.
NOTE: Do not open the Speed Brake if the hydraulic system 2 is
affected.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 (2) FAILURE Procedure....... AS REQUIRED

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OVERHEAT


EICAS CAUTION: HYD SYS 1 (2) OVHT

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Associated Engine Hydraulic Pump ............................. SHUTOFF


Associated Electric Hydraulic Pump............................. OFF
Airspeed........................................................................ MAXIMUM
250 KIAS
Activate affected system as follows: 15 minutes-OFF. One minute-ON
for the remainder of the flight. System should remain OFF in flight if
not required. ON for approaching and landing. OFF after reaching taxi
speed.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-103

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING GEAR AIR/GROUND SYSTEM FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: LG AIR/GND FAIL
If not in icing conditions:
Icing Conditions ....................................................... AVOID
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear ...................................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................................... 45
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.70.
If in icing conditions:
Anti-Icing System ..................................................... MONITOR
If any anti-ice valve does not open or anti-ice failure messages
appear, leave and avoid icing conditions.
After exiting icing conditions, proceed as follows:
Maximum Bank Angle.................................... 30
Minimum Airspeed for Flaps Up or 9 ........... 190 KIAS
Approach and landing configuration:
Flaps......................................................... 22
Airspeed ................................................... VREF 45 +
10 KIAS

NOTE: - Thrust Reversers, and Ground Spoiler, may not be available.


Depending on the failed condition, Ground Idle may not be
selectable. Refer to the associated abnormal procedures.
- If message is presented on ground, one pair of brakes
(below 10 kt ground speed) and Steering may not be
available. Refer to the associated abnormal procedures.

3-104

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING DISTANCE, MULTIPLY THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 2.00.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

PARTIAL OR GEAR UP LANDING


EICAS WARNING: LG/LEVER DISAGREE
Burn fuel to reduce touchdown speed.
Passengers/Crew ......................................................... PREPARE FOR
EMERGENCY
LANDING AND
EVACUATION
PROCEDURE
Prior to approach:
Inhibit EGPWS (D2 or J8) and Aural Warning System (B4 and E29
or B4 and E30) by pulling their circuit breakers.
Emergency Lights.................................................... ON
Electric Hydraulic Pumps......................................... OFF
Engine Bleed ........................................................... OFF
Pressurization Dump Button.................................... PRESS
If in icing conditions:
Flaps................................................................... 22
If not in icing conditions:
Flaps................................................................... 45
Landing Gear........................................................... AS REQUIRED
NOTE: The decision to land with all gear up or with any gear
extended is left to pilots. The choice of configuration is
based on the number of gear available, airplane load
distribution, controllability and conditions of the landing
field.
Landing Briefing............................................................ PERFORM
Before landing:
Fuel Transfer System .............................................. TURN OFF
For Legacy 600, set Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob to OFF.
For Legacy 650, set both Fuel Transfer Master Knob and Fuel
Transfer OVRD Button to OFF.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

APU Master Knob.................................................... OFF


APU Fuel Shutoff Valve........................................... CLOSE
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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-105

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Apply thrust reverser (if installed) at touchdown. Ground spoilers,


thrust reverser, steering and normal brakes will not operate if any main
gear is up.
Rudder is available to maintain runway centerline during initial landing
phase.
Maintain wings level as long as possible and use brakes and steering
(if available) for directional control.
After the airplane comes to a complete stop:
Start/Stop Selector................................................... STOP
Electric Fuel Pumps ................................................. OFF
Fire Extinguishing Handles ...................................... PULL AND
ROTATE
EMERGENCY EVACUATION
Procedure ........................................................... ACCOMPLISH

STEERING
SYSTEM
INOPERATIVE
UNCOMMANDED SWERVING ON GROUND

OR

EICAS CAUTION: STEER INOP (may be presented)


Steering Handwheel...................................................... DO NOT USE
Steering Disengagement Button ................................... PRESS

3-106

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Control the airplane using differential brakes and rudder.


Consider the use of differential thrust reverser if serviceable.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ICE & RAIN PROTECTION, OXYGEN


ANTI-ICING LOW CAPACITY
EICAS WARNING: ICE COND-A/I INOP
EICAS CAUTION: A/ICE LOW CAPACIT
Thrust Lever.................................................................. ADVANCE
Advance Thrust Lever to at least 55% N1 and wait for 5 seconds.
If the message remains and the Wing and/or Stabilizer Anti-Icing
Failure message is displayed, then:
Associated System Anti-Icing Failure
Procedure ........................................................... PERFORM

ANTI-ICING ON WITHOUT ICING CONDITIONS


EICAS CAUTION: NO ICE-A/ICE ON
Ice Detection Override Knob ........................................ AUTO
If the message persists, check the overhead panel and turn off all
unnecessary anti-icing system.
If the message persists and is associated with Wing or Stabilizer AntiIcing System:
Altitude..................................................................... MAX 25000 ft
MINIMUM MEA
APU ......................................................................... START
APU Bleed ............................................................... OPEN
Crossbleed .............................................................. OPEN
Engine Bleeds ......................................................... CLOSE

ANTI-ICING SWITCH OFF


EICAS CAUTION: A/ICE SWITCH OFF

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Turn on all anti-icing system buttons.

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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AOA SENSOR HEATING FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: AOA 1 (2) HEAT INOP
Maintain airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION

MINIMUM AIRSPEED

UP

VREF 45 + 20 KIAS

VREF 45 + 5 KIAS

22

VREF 22

45

VREF 45

CLEAR ICE DETECTED


EICAS CAUTION: CLR ICE 1 (2)
LIGHT: CLR ICE 1 (2)
Do not take off.
Airplane de-icing is required.
If there is no clear ice on the wing surface, disregard the message.

CLEAR ICE DETECTION SYSTEM FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: CLR/I INOP 1 (2)

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Check physically if wing surface is free of clear ice before each flight.
If clear ice is found, de-ice the airplane.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ENGINE ANTI-ICING FAILURE


EICAS WARNING: ICE COND-A/I INOP
EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) A/ICE FAIL
Thrust Levers................................................................ ADVANCE
If the message persists:
Ice Detection Override Knob ................................... ALL
If the message persists:
Engine Air Inlet Anti-Icing Button........................ CYCLE
If the message persists:
Icing Conditions............................................. AVOID/EXIT
Two minutes after exiting icing conditions:
Ice Detection Override Knob .................... AUTO
NOTE: Ice Detection Override Knob must be set to ALL
for at least 2 minutes either after exiting icing
conditions or after ICE CONDITION advisory
message has disappeared. In such condition
caution message NO ICE-A/ICE ON may be
presented and must be disregarded.
Engine Vibration ........................................................... MONITOR
If vibration increases, advance thrust levers, one at a time, to
obtain 60% N1 minimum for 5 seconds, and then return to the
former setting.
If vibration increases to unacceptable values or engine parameters
indicate abnormal values, exit icing conditions.

ENGINE ANTI-ICING OVERPRESSURE


EICAS ADVISORY: ENG A/ICEOVERPRES

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Crew awareness.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-109

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ICE DETECTOR FAIL


EICAS CAUTION: ICE DET1 (2) FAIL or ICE DETECTORS FAIL
Use visual cues (ice accretion on windshield and windshield wipers)
and temperature criteria to determine whether icing conditions exist.
When flying in icing conditions:
Ice Detection Override Knob.................................... ALL
After positively exiting icing conditions:
Ice Detection Override Knob.................................... AUTO
NOTE: - Icing conditions may exist inflight when Total Air
Temperature (TAT) is 10C or below and visible moisture in
any form is present (such as clouds, fog with visibility of one
mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, and ice crystals).
- Ice Detection Override Knob must be kept at ALL for at least
2 minutes either after exiting icing conditions or after ICE
CONDITION advisory message has disappeared. In such
condition, caution message NO ICE-A/ICE ON may be
presented and must be disregarded.

CREW/PASSENGER OXYGEN LOW PRESSURE


EICAS CAUTION: CREW (PAX) OXY LO PRESS

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Check oxygen pressure on the MFD ECS page. If message is


confirmed or if MFD is not available:
Altitude .......................................................................... MEA OR
10000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

PITOT SENSORS HEATING FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: PITOT 1 (2, 3) INOP
Information on the instruments supplied by the affected system may
be unreliable. Cross-check and do not use the affected system if a
disagreement is found.
If the Pitot 3 is the affected one, standby instruments and
pressurization system may be affected.
If necessary:
ADC Button (Reversionary Panel)........................... PRESS

SINGLE ENGINE OR SINGLE BLEED OPERATION IN


ICING CONDITIONS
Crossbleed.................................................................... OPEN
Altitude .......................................................................... MEA OR
BELOW
15000 ft,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Above 15000 ft:
Anti-icing system performance decreases.
If it is not possible to descend below 15000 ft, failure messages
may be presented. In this case, exit icing conditions and refer to the
appropriate approach and landing procedure.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Below 15000 ft:


If an anti-icing system failure message is presented, refer to the
associated anti-icing system failure procedure.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

STABILIZER ANTI-ICING FAILURE


EICAS WARNING: ICE COND-A/I INOP
EICAS CAUTION: STAB A/ICE FAIL
Ice Detection Override Knob......................................... ALL
Thrust Levers ................................................................ ADVANCE
If failure persists:
Stabilizer Anti-Icing Button....................................... CYCLE
If failure persists:
Stabilizer Anti-Icing Button....................................... OFF
Avoid or exit icing conditions.
After exiting icing conditions:
Ice Detection Override Knob .............................. AUTO
Maximum Bank Angle ................................................... 30
Minimum Airspeed for Flaps Up or 9........................... 190 KIAS
Landing configuration:
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 45 +
15 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR FLAPS
45 BY 1.55.
If associated with Wing Anti-Icing System failure and if in icing
conditions or if there is any uncertainty as to whether the wing
surfaces are clear of ice prior to approach and landing, proceed:
Landing configuration:
Flaps ................................................................... 22
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
30 KIAS

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CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.85.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

TAT SENSORS HEATING FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: TAT 1 (2) HEAT INOP
TAS and SAT indication may be unreliable.

WINDSHIELD HEATING FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: W/S 1 (2) HEAT FAIL
Associated Windshield Heating .................................... OFF

WING ANTI-ICE ASYMMETRY


EICAS WARNING: ICE COND-A/I INOP
EICAS CAUTION: WG A/ICE ASYMETRY

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Wing Anti-Icing.............................................................. OFF


Maximum Bank Angle................................................... 30
Minimum Airspeed for Flaps Up or 9........................... 190 KIAS
Avoid or exit icing conditions.
With Wing Anti-Icing System inoperative in icing conditions or if there
is any uncertainty as to whether the wing surfaces are clear of ice prior
to approach and landing, proceed:
Landing configuration:
Flaps................................................................... 22
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 +
30 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.85.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

WING ANTI-ICING FAILURE


EICAS WARNING: ICE COND-A/I INOP
EICAS CAUTION: WG A/ICE FAIL
Ice Detection Override Knob......................................... ALL
Thrust Levers ................................................................ ADVANCE
If failure persists:
Wing Anti-Icing Button ............................................. CYCLE
If failure persists:
Wing Anti-Icing Button ............................................. OFF
Avoid or exit icing conditions.
After exiting icing conditions:
Ice Detection Override Knob .............................. AUTO
Maximum Bank Angle ................................................... 30
Minimum Airspeed for Flaps Up or 9........................... 190 KIAS
If in icing conditions or if there is any uncertainty as to whether the
wing surfaces are clear of ice prior to approach and landing, proceed:
Landing configuration:
Flaps ................................................................... 22
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
30 KIAS

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.85.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NAVIGATION,
AUTOPILOT

FLIGHT

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

INSTRUMENTS,

AILERON OUT OF TRIM


EICAS CAUTION: AP AIL MISTRIM
If the message is displayed more than 10 seconds, proceed:
Control Wheel ............................................................... HOLD FIRMLY
Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. PRESS
Roll Trim ....................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Return the airplane to an in-trim condition, by trimming in the
direction as requested by the EICAS indication.
Autopilot........................................................................ AS REQUIRED

AUTOPILOT TRIM FAILED


EICAS CAUTION: AUTO TRIM FAIL
Control Column............................................................. HOLD FIRMLY
Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. PRESS AND
HOLD
Pitch Trim...................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Return the airplane to an in-trim condition, by trimming in the
direction as requested by the EICAS indication.
Autopilot........................................................................ AS REQUIRED

CENTRAL MAINTENANCE COMPUTER FAILURE


EICAS ADVISORY: CMC FAIL
Crew awareness.

CHECK IC SOFTWARE
AFM-135/1540 - FAA

EICAS CAUTION: CHECK IC 1 (2) SW


Do not take off.

ANAC APPROVED
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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

DAU AIRPLANE ID MISCOMPARE


EICAS CAUTION: DAU AC ID MISCMP
Do not take off.

DAU FAILURE
EICAS CAUTION: DAU1 (2) A FAIL or
EICAS ADVISORY: DAU1 (2) (B) FAIL
For DAU1 A FAIL caution message, proceed:
DAU 1 Reversion ..................................................... ON
NOTE: The following indications and messages will not be
available:
- Indications: Engine 1 oil (temperature, pressure and
level), Battery 1 temperature, fuel tank temperature, roll
trim position, cabin temperature, Bleed 1 temperature.
- Messages: BLD 1 OVTEMP, E1 FUEL LO TEMP, FUEL
TANK LO TEMP.
For DAU2 A FAIL caution message, proceed:
DAU 2 Reversion ..................................................... ON
NOTE: The following indications and messages will not be
available:
- Indications: Engine 2 oil (temperature, pressure and
level), Battery 2 temperature, Hydraulic quantity 1 and 2,
yaw trim position, cockpit temperature, Bleed 2
temperature.
- Messages: BLD 2 OVTEMP, E2 FUEL LO TEMP, HYD 1
LO QTY, HYD 2 LO QTY.

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CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


If both channels of DAU 1 have failed, the messages and indications
associated with the following systems will not be available:
- All messages and indications: Oxygen, Steering, Pressurization,
Landing Gear, Roll Trim, and the message EMERG LT NOT
ARMD.
- Some messages and indications: Doors, Stall Protection,
Electrical, Fire Protection, Fuel, APU, Power Plant, Thrust
Reverser, Flap, Spoiler, Brakes, Air Conditioning, Ice and Rain
Protection, Hydraulic.
If both channels of DAU 2 have failed, the messages and indications
associated with the following systems will not be available:
- All messages and indications: Smoke, Hydraulic, Rudder, Yaw
Trim.
- Some messages and indications: Doors, Stall Protection,
Electrical, Fire Protection, Fuel, APU, Power Plant, Thrust
Reverser, Flap, Spoiler, Brakes, Air Conditioning, Ice and Rain
Protection.

DAU MISCOMPARE
EICAS CAUTION: DAU1 (2) ENG MISCOMP or DAU1 (2) SYS
MISCOMP or DAU1 (2) WRN MISCOMP
Associated DAU Reversion .......................................... ON

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: For each miscompare message and each side, check the
following parameters before and after the reversion:
- Engine: N1, N2, ITT.
- System: Battery voltage and temperature, takeoff
temperature, hydraulic pressure, oxygen pressure.
- Warning: all warning messages, if any.

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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

DAU REVERSION
EICAS ADVISORY: DAU 1 (2) REVERSION
If the reversionary condition is not required, press the associated DAU
Reversionary Button to remove it.

DISPLAY FAILURE
EICAS CAUTION: CHECK PFD 1 (2) message is presented if PFD is
the failed display.
If PFD failed:
Associated MFD Selector Knob............................... PFD
If EICAS failed:
MFD Selector Knob (as required) ............................ EICAS
If all main panel displays failed:
Exit or avoid icing conditions.
RMU......................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Use RMU to access power plant or navigation data.
Land at the nearest suitable airport.

DISPLAY FAN FAILURE


EICAS ADVISORY: DU 1 (2, 3, 4, 5) FAN FAIL
An overheat condition may arise in the associated display. In this
case, it will be shut down automatically. Use reversionary capabilities.

FDAU FAIL
EICAS ADVISORY: FDAU FAIL

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Crew awareness.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

FD LATERAL MODE FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: LATERAL MODE OFF
At crew discretion, re-select the affected Flight Director or select the
other.
NOTE: This message will also be presented if the crew turns the
Flight Director off. In this case, the message must be
disregarded.

FD VERTICAL MODE FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: VERTICAL MODE OFF
At crew discretion, re-select the affected Flight Director or select the
other.
NOTE: This message will also be presented if the crew turns the
Flight Director off. In this case, the message must be
disregarded.

FLIGHT DATA RECORDER FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: DFDR FAIL
Crew awareness.

IC AIR/GROUND CONDITION SIGNAL INOPERATIVE


EICAS CAUTION: IC 1 (2) WOW INOP
Do not take off.

IC CONFIGURATION FAILURE
EICAS ADVISORY: IC1 (2) CONFIG FAIL

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Crew awareness.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-119

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

IC FAILURE/IC BUS FAILURE


CONDITION: Associated Display Units blank and with a red X drawn
over them
EICAS CAUTION: IC BUS FAIL (may be presented)
If IC 1 failed (loss of PFD 1, MFD 1 and EICAS):
SG 1 Button ............................................................. PRESS
If IC 2 failed (loss of MFD 2 and PFD 2):
SG 2 Button ............................................................. PRESS
NOTE: - In case of IC 1 failure, the PIT TRIM 1 (2) INOP message
may not be available.
- Do not press the SG Button again within a 3-second interval.
In some cases, this action may cause loss of PFD indication.
The display indication can be recovered by reverting the
MFD to PFD and returning to the normal configuration.

IC FAN FAILURE
EICAS ADVISORY: IC 1 (2) FAN FAIL

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

An overheat condition may arise in the associated IC. In this case, turn
the IC off by pulling its respective circuit breaker (C3 or D32).

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

IC OVERHEAT
EICAS CAUTION: IC 1 (2) OVERHEAT
If there is smoke associated to IC 1 OVERHEAT message:
IC 1 Circuit Breaker (C3) ......................................... PULL
Backup Battery ........................................................ OFF
SG 1 Button ............................................................. PRESS
If there is smoke associated to IC 2 OVERHEAT message:
IC 2 Circuit Breaker (D32) ....................................... PULL
SG 2 Button ............................................................. PRESS
NOTE: Do not press the SG Button again within a 3-second interval.
In some cases, this action may cause loss of PFD indication.
The display indication can be recovered by reverting the MFD
to PFD and returning to the normal configuration.

IC'S CONFIGURATION MISMATCH


EICAS CAUTION: CHK IC CONFIG or
EICAS ADVISORY: CONFIG MISMATCH
Do not take off.

IRS ALIGNMENT
EICAS ADVISORY: IRS 1 (2) ALN

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

IRU Mode Select Switch ............................................... CHECK NAV


This message is only presented during alignment phase or while
the IRU mode select switch is set at ALIGN position.

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3-121

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

IRS ALIGNMENT FAULT


EICAS CAUTION: IRS 1 (2) ALN FAULT
Check and reenter present position. If necessary, reenter present
position once again.

IRS ATTITUDE MODE


EICAS ADVISORY: IRS 1 (2) ATT MODE
On ground:
IRU Mode Select Switch .......................................... OFF
Wait until POWER-OFF phase is finished (MSU annunciator lights
extinguished).
IRU Mode Select Switch .......................................... NAV

IRS EXCESSIVE MOTION


EICAS ADVISORY: IRS 1 (2) EXC MOTION

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Make sure the airplane is completely stationary.


The IRU will restart a full alignment 30 seconds after the motion is
stopped.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

IRS FAIL
EICAS CAUTION: IRS 1 (2) FAIL
During power on or alignment phases:
IRU Mode Select Switch.......................................... OFF
Wait until POWER-OFF phase is finished (MSU annunciator lights
extinguished).
IRU Mode Select Switch.......................................... NAV
In flight:
Reversionary Panel IRS Button............................... PRESS
If cross-side IRU is not available:
IRU Mode Select Switch..................................... ATT
Maintain wings level and constant airspeed until IRS 1 (2) ALN
message is no longer displayed and attitude is recovered
(approximately 20 seconds).
Magnetic Heading .............................................. ENTER
CAUTION: FOR IRS IN ATTITUDE MODE, NAVIGATION
AND ATTITUDE OUTPUTS ARE NOT AS
ACCURATE AS IN THE NAV MODE. MAGNETIC
HEADING MUST BE ENTERED AND UPDATED
PERIODICALLY FROM THE BEST AVAILABLE
ALTERNATIVE SOURCE, THROUGH THE FMS
CDU.
NOTE: The Autopilot is available if the IRS 1 (2) ATT MODE
message is displayed and the IRS 1 (2) ALN message
is extinguished.

IRS NO MAGNETIC HEADING


EICAS ADVISORY: IRS 1 (2) NO MAG HDG

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

This message is presented when IRS is in attitude mode.


Enter Magnetic Heading.

ANAC APPROVED
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3-123

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

IRS NO PRESENT POSITION


EICAS ADVISORY: IRS 1 (2) NO PPOS
Enter Present Position.

IRS ON BATTERY
EICAS ADVISORY: IRS 1 (2) ON BATT
Associated IRU will operate for 40 minutes.

IRS OVERHEAT
EICAS CAUTION: IRS 1 (2) OVERHEAT
Operate affected IRU until completion of the flight.
If MSU FAULT annunciator is lighted, IRS 1 (2) FAIL message is
presented or inertial data ceases to be transmitted by IRU:
Associated IRS Reversionary Button....................... PRESS
Affected IRU Mode Select Switch............................ OFF
NOTE: The Autopilot is not available.
If IRU is OFF, the airplane is near the end of the flight and
additional attitude reference is necessary:
IRU Mode Select Switch ..................................... ATT

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: FOR IRS IN ATTITUDE MODE, NAVIGATION


AND ATTITUDE OUTPUTS ARE NOT AS
ACCURATE AS IN THE NAV MODE. MAGNETIC
HEADING MUST BE ENTERED AND UPDATED
PERIODICALLY FROM THE BEST AVAILABLE
ALTERNATIVE SOURCE, THROUGH THE FMS
CDU.

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

IRS/MSU FAILURE ANNUNCIATION


LIGHT

ALIGN

OPERATION PHASE
POWER ON

ALIGNMENT

IN FLIGHT

No light:
Check
IRS
CB's.
Set
mode
select switch
to ALIGN or
NAV.
Press
MSU
Test
switch.
Annunciator
bulb must be
replaced if the
other
MSU
annunciators
do light.

Flashes
immediately after
entry:
Check
and
reenter latitude
or longitude.
Reenter same
latitude
or
longitude.
Flashes at the end
of alignment:
Enter latitude.
Check
and
reenter latitude.
Allow additional
time
for
alignment.

Flashes:
Select
the
remaining IRU
by pressing the
IRS Button on
the associated
reversionary
panel.
If
necessary
set
mode
select switch to
ATT.

Set mode select


switch to OFF for
at
least
3
seconds.
Then
set mode select
switch back to
ALIGN or NAV.

Associated
with
ALIGN
annunciation:
Recheck
coordinates
and
reenter
latitude.
Allow additional
time
for
alignment.
Try
new
alignment. Set
mode
select
switch to OFF
for at least 3
seconds, then
to ALIGN, and
enter present
position.

Select
the
remaining IRU by
pressing the IRS
Button on the
associated
reversionary
panel.
If necessary set
mode
select
switch to ATT.

FAULT

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

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3-125

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

IRS/MSU FAILURE ANNUNCIATION (Continued)


LIGHT

ON BATT
BATT
FAIL

OPERATION PHASE
POWER ON

ALIGNMENT

IN FLIGHT

*******

The IRU operates


on backup DC
power and will
operate for 30
minutes.

*******

*******

*******

Operate IRU until


completion
of
flight.
If fault annunciator
is ON or inertial
data ceases to be
transmitted
by
IRU, select the
remaining
IRU
and set mode
select switch for
affected IRU to
OFF. If IRU is
OFF, the airplane
is near the end of
the
flight
and
additional attitude
reference
is
needed, set mode
select switch to
ATT.

Check IRS CB's.


If the annunciator
remains lighted,
do not take off.
Do not take off.
Do not take off.

NO AIR

Pilot's MFD Selector Knob ............................................ EICAS


Copilot's MFD Selector Knob........................................ EICAS
Compare the messages displayed on the copilot's MFD with the
messages presented on the pilot's MFD to check which is the
discrepant message. Analyze the situation to check whether the
discrepant message is spurious or not, and take the appropriate
corrective action.

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MESSAGE MISCOMPARISON

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NAV/FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS FAILURE


ANNUNCIATOR/
LOCATION
FAILURE
ATT FAIL (red)

Use cross-side attitude by pressing


the IRS button on associated
reversionary panel or use standby
attitude indicator.

"X" (red) over


IAS tape

Use
cross-side
airspeed
by
pressing the ADC button on
associated reversionary panel or
use standby airspeed indicator.

"X" (red) over


altitude tape

Use cross-side altitude by pressing


the ADC button on associated
reversionary panel or use standby
altimeter.

"X" (red) over


course scale

Select another sensor.

VS (red)
PFD

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

ACTION

Use cross-side vertical speed by


pressing the ADC button on
associated reversionary panel.

ROL, PIT, ATT,


IAS, or ALT
(amber)

Compare
data
with Standby
Indicator. For altitude compare the
PFD altimeters setting also. If
required, use cross-side data by
pressing the appropriate button on
associated reversionary panel.

RA (amber)

Compare both radio altimeter


indications. If required, consider
only the lower indication. Otherwise,
disregard Radio Altitude.

RA1 (2) (amber)

Radio altimeter automatic reversion


has occurred. No action is required.

PFD or EICAS
Blank or "X" (red)

Use the MFD knob to present the


required information on MFD.

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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NAV/FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS FAILURE (Continued)

HDG FAIL (red)

HDG (amber)

PFD
MFD

MENU INOP
(amber)

MFD

ATT: CAGE
(amber)

ISIS

ATT, ALT, SPD,


M, HDG (red)

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ACTION
Use cross-side heading by pressing
the IRS button on associated
reversionary panel or use RMU or
standby attitude indicator.
Compare data with the Magnetic
Compass. After identifying the failed
side, use cross-side data by
pressing the IRS button on
associated reversionary panel.
Crew awareness.
Press the CAGE push button in
order to recover attitude indication.
Caging the ISIS in flight will result in
loss of attitude indication for up to
10 seconds and the amber
message ATT 10s will be presented
during this time. Until attitude
indication is available again use the
primary indication source.
Use the primary indication source.

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

ANNUNCIATOR/
LOCATION
FAILURE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

RADIO ALTIMETER FAIL


EICAS ADVISORY: RAD ALT 1 (2) FAIL or
RAD ALT FAIL
If one Radio altimeter is lost (RAD ALT 1 (2) FAIL is presented):
Automatic Reversion ............................................... CONFIRM
Automatic reversion may be confirmed through the RA1 (2)
amber annunciator presented on both PFDs.

STABILIZER OUT OF TRIM


EICAS CAUTION: AP ELEV MISTRIM
Control Column............................................................. HOLD FIRMLY
Quick Disconnect Button .............................................. PRESS AND
HOLD
Pitch Trim...................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Return the airplane to an in-trim condition, by trimming in the
direction as requested by the EICAS indication.
Autopilot........................................................................ AS REQUIRED

YAW DAMPER FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: YAW DAMPER FAIL

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Yaw Damper ................................................................. DISENGAGE


Autopilot may be reengaged at pilot's discretion. If after reengagement
the failure persists, continue the flight with autopilot disengaged.

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ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

WARNING SYSTEMS
ERRONEOUS STALL PROTECTION ACTUATION
Immediately and simultaneously:
Quick Disconnect Button............................................... PRESS
Both Stall Protection Systems....................................... CUTOUT
Avoid skidding the airplane.
If in icing conditions:
Add 15 KIAS to go-around speed to prevent stall protection from
being actuated.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear ...................................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................................... 22
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
15 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.55.
If not in icing conditions:
Add 5 KIAS to go-around speed to prevent stall protection from
being actuated.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear ...................................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................................... 45
Airspeed.............................................................. VREF 45 +
5 KIAS

3-130

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REVISION 11

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CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.13.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

ADVANCED STALL PROTECTION


EICAS CAUTION: SPS ADVANCED
If altitude is above 25000 ft:
Airspeed................................................................... ABOVE
150 KIAS
If in icing conditions:
Add 15 KIAS to go-around speed to prevent stall protection from
being actuated.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................................... 22
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 +
15 KIAS
CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE
LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.55.
If not in icing conditions:
Add 5 KIAS to go-around speed to prevent stall protection from
being actuated.
Approach and landing configuration:
Landing Gear...................................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................................... 45
Airspeed ............................................................. VREF 45 +
5 KIAS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

CAUTION: TO DETERMINE THE MINIMUM SUITABLE


LANDING
DISTANCE,
MULTIPLY
THE
UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE FOR
FLAPS 45 BY 1.13.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 11

3-131

ABNORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

STICK PUSHER JAMMING


EICAS CAUTION: STICK PUSHER FAIL
Elevator Disconnection Handle..................................... PULL
Copilot must fly the airplane.
Avoid landings at airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswinds.

EGPWS INOPERATIVE
EICAS CAUTION: GPWS INOP or TERR INOP
Monitor any trend toward terrain contact, excessive sink rate, marginal
flight path and airplane configuration.

AURAL WARNING FAILURE


EICAS CAUTION: AURAL WARN FAIL
Monitor airplane instruments.
Do not perform CAT II or CAT III approaches.

WINDSHEAR DETECTION INOPERATIVE


EICAS CAUTION: WINDSHEAR INOP

3-132

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REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Avoid windshear.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

SECTION 4

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NORMAL PROCEDURES
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................4-3
EXTERNAL SAFETY INSPECTION................................................4-4
NOSE SECTION ........................................................................4-4
FUSELAGE ................................................................................4-5
WINGS........................................................................................4-5
TAIL CONE SECTION................................................................4-6
INTERNAL SAFETY INSPECTION.................................................4-7
COCKPIT....................................................................................4-7
PASSENGER CABIN .................................................................4-9
APU START.....................................................................................4-9
APU SHUTDOWN ...........................................................................4-10
BEFORE START .............................................................................4-10
CLEARED TO START .....................................................................4-13
ENGINE START ..............................................................................4-13
AFTER START ................................................................................4-14
TAXI .................................................................................................4-15
BEFORE TAKEOFF ........................................................................4-15
CLEARED INTO POSITION............................................................4-15
TAKEOFF ........................................................................................4-16
AFTER TAKEOFF ...........................................................................4-16
CLIMB..............................................................................................4-17
CRUISE ...........................................................................................4-17
DESCENT........................................................................................4-17
APPROACH.....................................................................................4-18
BEFORE LANDING .........................................................................4-19
GO-AROUND ..................................................................................4-19
LANDING.........................................................................................4-20
AFTER LANDING ............................................................................4-20
ENGINE SHUTDOWN.....................................................................4-21
LEAVING THE AIRPLANE ..............................................................4-21
BUFFET ONSET ENVELOPE.........................................................4-22
TURBULENT AIR PENETRATION .................................................4-23
CROSSFEED OPERATION ............................................................4-24
ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING ............................4-25
WINDSHEAR PREVENTION/RECOVERY .....................................4-25

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-1

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

4-2

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

TRAFFIC AND COLLISION AVOIDANCE.......................................4-26


TRANSPONDER .............................................................................4-26
OPERATION IN ICING CONDITIONS ............................................4-27
BEFORE START ........................................................................4-28
AFTER START ...........................................................................4-28
BEFORE TAKEOFF ...................................................................4-29
TAKEOFF (LEGACY 650) ..........................................................4-31
AFTER TAKEOFF.......................................................................4-31
CLIMB .........................................................................................4-31
CRUISE ......................................................................................4-31
HOLDING....................................................................................4-31
DESCENT...................................................................................4-31
APPROACH................................................................................4-32

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

INTRODUCTION
The normal procedures contained in this manual have been developed
and recommended by the manufacturer and approved by the
certification authorities for use during the operation of the EMB-135BJ
Legacy.
Indented explanations (lines beginning further from the margin than
the others) may follow a main item regarded as not being selfexplanatory or lacking further details.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Items marked with an asterisk are to be performed at least once a day,


by flight crew or maintenance personnel, at operator's discretion.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-3

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EXTERNAL SAFETY INSPECTION


Wheel Chocks ............................................................... IN PLACE

NOSE SECTION
Access Doors and Panels............................................. SECURED
Sensors, Pitot Tubes and Static Ports .......................... CONDITION,
NO
OBSTRUCTION
Windshield Wiper .......................................................... CONDITION
Air Inlets ........................................................................ NO
OBSTRUCTION
Radome......................................................................... SECURED
Nose Gear..................................................................... CHECK
Wheels and Tires ..................................................... CONDITION
Tires......................................................................... CHECK
PRESSURE
Cold tire pressure should be within gray range.
For Legacy 600:
Gray range corresponds to 84 2 psi.
For Legacy 650:
Gray range corresponds to 104 3 psi.
Gear Struts/Wheelwell/Doors .................................. CONDITION,
NO LEAKS
Shock Absorber Extension ...................................... CHECK
Ground Locking Pin ................................................. REMOVED
Gear Lockup Hook ................................................... UNLOCKED
Static Discharger...................................................... CONDITION
Landing and Taxi Lights........................................... CONDITION

4-4

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Hydraulic Compartment (right side) .............................. NO LEAKS


Oxygen Disc.................................................................. CHECK
Check oxygen overpressure green disc in place.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

FUSELAGE
Access Doors and Panels ............................................ SECURED
Fueling Compartment Door (right side) ........................ SECURED
Inspection Lights........................................................... CONDITION
Air Inlets and Outlets .................................................... NO
OBSTRUCTION
Fuel Tanks Draining...................................................... PERFORM
Red Beacon .................................................................. CONDITION
Antennas....................................................................... CONDITION
Ram Air Inlet ................................................................. NO
OBSTRUCTION
Fluid Drain Holes .......................................................... NO LEAKS
Emergency/Parking Brake Hydraulic
Accumulator............................................................. DISCHARGE
AND CHECK

WINGS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Landing Lights .............................................................. CONDITION


Emergency Lights ......................................................... CONDITION
Wing Leading Edge ...................................................... CONDITION
Access Doors and Panels ............................................ SECURED
Direct Measuring Sticks ................................................ PUSHED IN
Fluid Drain Holes .......................................................... NO LEAKS
Air Inlets, Outlets and Vents ......................................... NO
OBSTRUCTION
Vortilons and Vortex Generators .................................. NUMBER AND
CONDITION
Marking, Navigation and Strobe Lights......................... CONDITION
Static Dischargers......................................................... NUMBER AND
CONDITION
Flight Control Surfaces and Fairings ............................ CONDITION

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-5

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Main Gear ..................................................................... CHECK


Wheels and Tires ..................................................... CONDITION
Tires......................................................................... CHECK
PRESSURE
Cold tire pressure should be within gray range.
For Legacy 600:
Gray range corresponds to 160 4 psi.
For Legacy 650:
Gray range corresponds to 174 4 psi.
Gear Struts/Wheelwell ............................................. CONDITION,
NO LEAKS
Shock Absorber Extension ...................................... CHECK
Ground Locking Pin ................................................. REMOVED
Brake Wear Indicator ............................................... CHECK
Gears Lockup Hook ................................................. UNLOCKED

TAIL CONE SECTION


Air Inlets and Outlets..................................................... NO
OBSTRUCTION
Antennas ....................................................................... CONDITION
Access Doors and Panels............................................. SECURED
Pylons ........................................................................... CONDITION
Engines ......................................................................... CHECK
Check engines for leaks and obstructions in the air inlets.

4-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Thrust Reverser Doors.................................................. FLUSH WITH


NACELLE
Horizontal Stabilizer ...................................................... CONDITION
Flight Control Surfaces ................................................. CONDITION
Static Dischargers......................................................... NUMBER AND
CONDITION
APU............................................................................... CONDITION
Pressurization Static Ports............................................ NO
OBSTRUCTION
Fluid Drain Holes .......................................................... NO LEAKS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

INTERNAL SAFETY INSPECTION


COCKPIT
Airplane Manuals and Documents................................ ON BOARD
Cockpit Emergency Equipment .................................... CHECK
Protective Breathing Equipment ................................... CHECK
Gear Pins, Covers and Chocks .................................... ON BOARD
GPU or APU ................................................................. AS REQUIRED
Batteries........................................................................ CHECK/
AS REQUIRED
Batteries Voltage .......................................................... CHECK
If battery voltage is below 24.0 V, report to maintenance personnel
or try to recharge the affected battery by using the APU Generator
for at least 30 minutes.
Backup Battery ............................................................. CHECK
Release the Backup Battery Button momentarily and check if ISIS
remains operating normally.
Internal and External Lights.......................................... AS REQUIRED
For daylight operation, Overhead Panel Lighting Control Knob must
be off.
Overhead, Main and Control Pedestal Panels ............. CHECK
Check all controls in their normal position. All buttons (except GPU,
if applicable) must not be illuminated. Button guards must be
stowed.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Fuel Quantity and Fuel Used........................................ CHECK AND


SET
Fire Extinguishing Handles........................................... PUSHED IN
APU Fire Extinguishing Button ..................................... GUARDED,
NOT
ILLUMINATED
Baggage Fire Extinguishing Button .............................. GUARDED,
NOT
ILLUMINATED

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-7

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Crew/Pax Oxygen Pressure.......................................... CHECK


Check MFD ECS Page for crew/passenger minimum pressure,
according to the tables below:
CREW OXYGEN

MIN PRESSURE

Pilot and Copilot

1087 psi

Pilot, Copilot and Observer

1495 psi

PAX OXYGEN

MIN PRESSURE

Airplane equipped with one cylinder

1730 psi

Airplane equipped with two cylinders


(optional)

1250 psi

4-8

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Crew Oxygen Masks and Goggles ............................... CHECK


Passenger Oxygen Selector Knob................................ AUTO
Landing Gear Lever ...................................................... DOWN
Aileron and Elevator Disconnect Handles .................... PUSHED IN
Gust Lock ...................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Speed Brake Lever ....................................................... CLOSE
Thrust Levers ................................................................ IDLE
Emergency/Parking Brake Handle................................ PULL
Radar ............................................................................ OFF
Flap Selector Lever....................................................... ZERO
Landing Gear Electrical Override Switch ...................... NORMAL AND
LOCKED
Free Fall Lever .............................................................. FULL DOWN
Free Fall Compartment ................................................. CLOSED

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

PASSENGER CABIN
Cabin Emergency Equipment....................................... CHECK
Protective Breathing Equipment Indicator .................... GREEN
Emergency Exits........................................................... CLOSED AND
LATCHED
Emergency Exit Locking Pin (if applicable) .................. REMOVED
Overwing Fueling Caps ................................................ SECURED
Passenger Seats and Belts .......................................... CONDITION
Galley and Toilet........................................................... CONDITION
Baggage Compartment Access
Door Indication System ........................................... CHECK
Baggage Compartment Access Door ........................... CLOSED AND
LOCKED
Pocket Door .................................................................. OPEN AND
LOCKED
Curtains ........................................................................ STOWED

APU START

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Internal Safety Inspection ............................................. PERFORM


Batteries........................................................................ AUTO
Backup Battery ............................................................. ON
Avionics Masters........................................................... OFF
One Fuel Pump............................................................. ON
Crossfeed ..................................................................... LOW2, IF
USING A LEFT
FUEL PUMP
Fire Detection System .................................................. TEST
APU Master .................................................................. ON, WAIT
3 SECONDS,
START, THEN
ON
Monitor APU EGT and RPM increasing within limits.
APU Generator ............................................................. AS REQUIRED
APU Bleed .................................................................... AS REQUIRED

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-9

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

APU SHUTDOWN
APU Stop Button ........................................................... PRESS
Monitor APU EGT decreasing and RPM reaching zero.
Fuel Pumps ................................................................... AS REQUIRED
APU Master Knob ......................................................... OFF
Check APU SOV CLOSED message on EICAS within 10 seconds.

BEFORE START
Internal and External Safety Inspections ...................... COMPLETE
Batteries ........................................................................ AUTO
Seat, Pedals and Seat Belts ......................................... ADJUST
Cockpit Voice Recorder ................................................ TEST
Bus Ties ........................................................................ AUTO
Shed Buses................................................................... AS REQUIRED
AC Power ...................................................................... ON
Backup Battery.............................................................. ON
Avionics Masters........................................................... ON
Emergency Lights ......................................................... ARM
Fuselage Tank Transfer System................................... CHECK
Fire Detection System................................................... TEST
Ignition........................................................................... AUTO
Takeoff Data.................................................................. SET
Start/Stop Selector........................................................ STOP
Aileron ........................................................................... ON
Rudder .......................................................................... ON
Engine Hydraulic Pumps Shutoff .................................. BUTTONS
GUARDED AND
NOT PRESSED
Electric Hydraulic Pumps .............................................. TEST
One Electric Hydraulic Pump................................... ON/THEN AUTO
Hydraulic Pressure Indication on MFD .................... CHECK
Check hydraulic pressure within 2900 200 psi.
Repeat procedure for the remaining pump.

4-10

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

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AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Electric Hydraulic Pumps.............................................. OFF
No Smoking and Fasten Belts ...................................... ON
Sensors Heating ........................................................... ON
Recirculation Fans ........................................................ AS REQUIRED
Gasper Fan................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Crossbleed.................................................................... OPEN
If APU is running and APU Bleed is open:
Air Conditioning Packs ............................................ OPEN
Temperature and Mode Control .............................. AS REQUIRED
Flight Guidance Controller............................................ AS REQUIRED
Autopilot Disconnection ................................................ CHECK
Autopilot Engage Button.......................................... PRESS
Quick Disconnect Button ......................................... PRESS
Check that autopilot has disengaged.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Display Control Panel ................................................... AS REQUIRED


IRS ................................................................................ CHECK
Clocks ........................................................................... SET
Reversionary Panel ...................................................... CHECK
NORMAL
Digital Audio Panel ....................................................... SET
Primary Flight Display................................................... SET
V1, VR and V2 on Multi Function Display ....................... SET
Standby Instruments..................................................... SET
ELT ............................................................................... ARM
EICAS ........................................................................... CHECK
Radio Management Units ............................................. SET
EICAS Reversionary Panel .......................................... NORMAL
Tuning Backup Control Head ....................................... SET
Weather Radar ............................................................. SET
Pitch Trim Cutout Buttons............................................. GUARDED
AND NOT
ILLUMINATED
HF (if installed).............................................................. SET

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-11

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Trims ............................................................................. CKD/SET


Actuate the pilot and copilot's Pitch Trim Switches and the backup
pitch trim switch nose up and then nose down for at least three
seconds to check the trim timer and correct actuation on the
EICAS. Set the pitch trim to the units required for takeoff. Set the
roll and yaw trims to zero.
PITCH
TRIM
UNITS

LESS
CG
THAN OR
POSITION EQUAL
TO
(%)
26.0

26.1
UP TO
28.5

28.6
UP TO
30.5

30.6
UP TO
33.5

ABOVE
OR
EQUAL
TO
33.6

Pressurization ............................................................... SET


If flying to an airport above 8000 ft:
Pressurization.....................................................8000 ft
NOTE: In airports with pressure altitude between 8400 and 9500 ft,
the cabin altitude displayed in EICAS will be amber.
Manual Controller.......................................................... FULL DOWN
Stall Protection System................................................. TEST
NOTE: - Before testing the SPS, wait 40 seconds for power-up built in
test to finish.
- TEST button must be released at the first stick shaker
actuation signal.

4-12

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

SPS Cutout Buttons ...................................................... GUARDED


AND NOT
ILLUMINATED
Passenger Briefing........................................................ PERFORM

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

CLEARED TO START
Doors and Windows...................................................... CLOSE
Red Beacon .................................................................. ON
External Lights .............................................................. AS REQUIRED
Air Conditioning and Pneumatic System ...................... AS REQUIRED

ENGINE START
One Fuel Pump............................................................. ON
Crossfeed ..................................................................... AS REQUIRED
NOTE: Alternate fuel pumps on each engine starting.
Associated Start/Stop Selector..................................... START, THEN
RUN
Engine Parameters ....................................................... MONITOR
Observe limits. Abort start immediately if an Abnormal Engine Start
is detected.
NOTE: Light-ups at 28% N2 will be achieved with systems meeting
minimum performance requirements. If light-ups are occurring
below 28%, the airplane should be scheduled for maintenance
to avoid disruptions to passenger service.
Repeat the procedure for the other engine.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If any starting limit is exceeded prior to aborting a start, do not attempt


further starts and report to the maintenance personnel.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-13

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AFTER START
FADEC Control Knobs .................................................. RESET, THEN
ALTN
GPU Button ................................................................... OFF
GPU .............................................................................. DISCONNECT
Disconnect the GPU only after to release the GPU Button. If not,
spurious EICAS messages may be presented.
APU............................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Takeoff Data.................................................................. CHECK
Check the ATTCS annunciation on EICAS.
Electric Hydraulic Pumps .............................................. AUTO
Windshield Heating ....................................................... AS REQUIRED
Ice Protection ................................................................ AS REQUIRED
CAUTION: ICE DETECTION OVERRIDE KNOB MUST NOT BE SET
TO ALL ON GROUND, EXCEPT DURING TEST.
WARNING: IF ICING CONDITIONS EXIST OR ARE FORECAST,
REFER TO OPERATION IN ICING CONDITIONS
PROCEDURE.
Air Conditioning and Pneumatic System ...................... SET
Flaps ............................................................................. TAKEOFF
SETTING
Flight Controls ............................................................... CHECK

4-14

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: Rudder must be checked thru full travel in both directions. For
each direction, check that the EICAS message RUD SYS 1-2
INOP is not presented when pedal is at the stop.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

TAXI
Ground Equipment........................................................ CLEARED
Wheel Chocks............................................................... REMOVED
Taxi Lights .................................................................... ON
Steering ........................................................................ CHECK
Takeoff Configuration ................................................... CHECK

BEFORE TAKEOFF
Passenger Announcement ........................................... PERFORM
Takeoff Briefing............................................................. PERFORM
PC Power System......................................................... OFF
Crossfeed ..................................................................... OFF
Fuel Transfer System ................................................... OFF
For Legacy 600:
Set Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob to OFF.
For Legacy 650:
Set both Fuel Transfer Master Knob and Fuel Transfer Ovrd
Button to OFF.
Go Around Button ......................................................... PRESS
Thrust Rating ................................................................ CHECK
Brakes Temperature ..................................................... CHECK AT
GREEN
RANGE
CAUTION: TAKEOFF MUST NOT BE PERFORMED IF BRAKES
TEMPERATURE ARE NOT IN THE GREEN RANGE.

CLEARED INTO POSITION

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Gust Lock...................................................................... UNLOCK


Landing Lights .............................................................. AS REQUIRED
Strobe Lights................................................................. ON
Transponder ................................................................. ON

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-15

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF
Thrust Levers ................................................................ THRUST SET
Check green ATTCS indication presented on EICAS.
NOTE: - If the runway is considered to be limiting, a static takeoff
must be accomplished. In this case, release brakes after
engine has reached the target N1.
- For rolling takeoffs, performance data is valid from the point
where takeoff thrust is achieved.
- During takeoff run, pedals should be used to steer the
airplane.
Engine Parameters ....................................................... MONITOR
At VR, rotate the airplane to 14 (for flaps 9).
With positive rate of climb:
Landing Gear ........................................................... UP
Minimum Airspeed ................................................... V2
If maneuvering is required, maintain a minimum airspeed of
V2 + 10 KIAS with a maximum bank of 25.
At level off height altitude:
For takeoff with flaps 9:
At V2 + 15 KIAS .................................................. FLAPS UP

AFTER TAKEOFF

Air Conditioning and Pneumatic System ...................... AS REQUIRED


APU............................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Internal and External Lights .......................................... AS REQUIRED
Windshield Heating ....................................................... AS REQUIRED
Autopilot/Flight Director................................................. AS REQUIRED
Altimeter and Standby Altimeter ................................... SET AND X
CHECK
Thrust Rating................................................................. CLB

4-16/(4-16A, 4-16B Deleted)

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Pitch Trim ...................................................................... AS REQUIRED


Keep the airplane trimmed to avoid excessive loads on the
Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator (HSA). The airplane should be
trimmed before 160 KIAS. Failure to accomplish the above
procedure may lead to an inoperative trim condition not associated
with any EICAS message.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

CLIMB
Fasten Belts.................................................................. AS REQUIRED

CRUISE
Thrust Rating ................................................................ CRZ
Radar ............................................................................ AS REQUIRED
Fuel Transfer System ................................................... AS REQUIRED
Select the system only if there is usable fuel in selected auxiliary
tank.
For Legacy 600:
Set Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob to FUS 1 or FUS 2.
For Legacy 650:
Set Fuel Transfer Master Knob to any selectable tank, in the
following recommended order: FUS 1, then FUS 2, then VTRL.
At or above 10000 ft:
PC Power System ................................................... ON

DESCENT
Fasten Belts.................................................................. ON
Windshield Heating....................................................... ON
Flight Instruments, Navigation and Radios................... SET AND X
CHECK
Speed Brake ................................................................. AS REQUIRED
Pressurization ............................................................... CHECK
If landing in an airport above 8000 ft, set the destination airport
altitude.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: When landing in airports with pressure altitude between 8400


and 9500 ft, the cabin altitude displayed in EICAS will become
amber during approach.
Below 10000 ft:
PC Power System ................................................... OFF
Pocket Door............................................................. OPEN AND
LOCKED
Curtains ................................................................... STOWED
Passenger Announcement ...................................... PERFORM
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-17

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

APPROACH
If necessary to increase rate of descent:
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Speed Brake ............................................................ OPEN
Crossfeed...................................................................... OFF
Fuel Transfer System.................................................... OFF
For Legacy 600:
Set Fuselage Tank Transfer Knob to OFF.
For Legacy 650:
Set Fuel Transfer Master Knob and Fuel Transfer Ovrd Button
to OFF.
APU............................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Air Conditioning and Pneumatic System ...................... SET
Internal and External Lights .......................................... AS REQUIRED
No Smoking................................................................... ON
Altimeter ........................................................................ SET AND X
CHECK
AP Speed on Multi Function Display ............................ SET VREF
NOTE: Add 5 KIAS or wind correction, whichever is greater, to VREF
during approach.
Thrust Rating................................................................. T/O

4-18

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: The VAPP mode should be selected only on final approach


segment, below 2500 ft AGL. Therefore, the outbound
segment should be flown using any other mode.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

BEFORE LANDING
Speed Brake ................................................................. CLOSE
Landing Lights .............................................................. AS REQUIRED
Autopilot........................................................................ AS REQUIRED
SPD Button (flight guidance controller) ........................ SET
APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
Yaw Damper ................................................................. OFF
Landing Gear ................................................................ DOWN AND
CHECK
Flaps ............................................................................. LANDING
SETTING
Below DA (DH) or MDA (MDH), whichever is applicable:
Airspeed................................................................... VREF XX

GO-AROUND
Go Around Button ......................................................... PRESS
Thrust Levers................................................................ MAX
Rotate or verify that autopilot rotates the airplane to 10 nose up.
Flaps ............................................................................. 9
With positive rate of climb:
Landing Gear........................................................... UP
Minimum Airspeed................................................... APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
At the level off height, proceed as in a normal takeoff.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - For coupled Go-Around the altitude loss may be 40 ft.


- During the GO-AROUND Procedure, the DON'T SINK aural
warning may sound. In this case monitor the sink rate and
follow the GO-AROUND guidance.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

4-19

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING
Airspeed ........................................................................ VREF XX
Thrust Levers ................................................................ IDLE OR
REVERSE
If reverse has been used, select IDLE at 50 KIAS.
Brakes ........................................................................... AS REQUIRED
NOTE: During landing run, pedals should be used to steer the
airplane.

AFTER LANDING
Internal and External Lights .......................................... AS REQUIRED
APU............................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Windshield Heating ....................................................... AS REQUIRED
Turn windshield heating off if not required to defog or deice the
windshield.

4-20

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Air Conditioning and Pneumatic System ...................... AS REQUIRED


Transponder.................................................................. STBY
Flaps ............................................................................. UP
Radar ............................................................................ STBY
Pressurization ............................................................... CHECK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

ENGINE SHUTDOWN
Emergency/Parking Brake............................................ APPLY
Thrust Levers................................................................ IDLE
Overhead, Main and Control Pedestal Panels ............. AS REQUIRED
Electrical Power ............................................................ SET
Internal and External Lights.......................................... AS REQUIRED
Fuel Pumps................................................................... AS REQUIRED
APU............................................................................... AS REQUIRED
Electric Hydraulic Pumps.............................................. OFF
Ice Protection System................................................... OFF
Air Conditioning and Pneumatic System ...................... SET
Start/Stop Selector........................................................ STOP
NOTE: Engine will not shutdown with the Start/Stop Selector unless
associated Thrust Lever is first moved to IDLE. If STOP is
selected before Thrust Lever is retarded to IDLE, momentarily
cycle START/STOP Selector to RUN and back to STOP.

LEAVING THE AIRPLANE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

IRS ................................................................................ OFF


Gust Lock...................................................................... LOCKED
Radar ............................................................................ OFF
Internal and External Lights.......................................... OFF
GPU and APU............................................................... OFF
Main and Backup Batteries........................................... OFF

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4-21

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

BUFFET ONSET ENVELOPE

53600 lb
20000 ft

48500 lb

44100 lb
25000 ft
39700 lb

35300 lb
30000 ft

30900 lb

35000 ft

26500 lb

39000 ft

0.2

4-22

0.3

0.4

0.5

MACH

0.6

0.7

0.8

1.0
0.9

2.0
1.0

3.0
1.1

4.0
1.2

LOAD FACTOR

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135BJFAA004 - 08MAY2010

41000 ft

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

TURBULENT AIR PENETRATION


Flight through severe turbulence must be avoided, if possible.
If not possible, reduce altitude to increase buffet margin.
The recommended procedures for turbulent air penetration are:
1. AIRSPEED
At or Below 10000 ft ................................................ 200 KIAS
Above 10000 ft ........................................................ 250 KIAS/
0.63 M,
WHICHEVER
IS LOWER
Severe turbulence will cause large and often rapid variations in
indicated airspeed. Do not chase the airspeed.
2. ATTITUDE
Maintain wings level and proper pitch attitude. Use attitude indicator
as the primary instrument. In extreme drafts, large attitude changes
may occur. Do not use sudden large control inputs.
3. PITCH TRIM
Maintain control of the airplane with the elevators. After establishing
the trim setting for penetration speed, do not change pitch trim.
4. ALTITUDE
Large altitude variations are possible in severe turbulence. Sacrifice
altitude in order to maintain the desired attitude. Do not chase
altitude.
5. THRUST SETTING

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Make an initial thrust setting for the target airspeed. Change thrust
setting only in case of extreme airspeed variation.
In case of inadvertent negative-g condition, reduce thrust levers.
NOTE: Do not extend flaps except for approach and landing.

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NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

CROSSFEED OPERATION
NOTE: Crossfeed must be OFF during takeoff and landing.
If wing fuel imbalance is verified (no fuel leak suspected):
Attitude..................................................................... WINGS
LEVELED
Compare Total Fuel indication in MFD Fuel Page with FMS Fuel
Remaining information.
If FMS Fuel Remaining quantity is lower than MFD Total Fuel
indication, disregard FMS Fuel Remaining information and monitor
fuel quantities.
If left wing presents lower level:
Crossfeed Selector ............................................. LOW1
If right wing presents lower level:
Crossfeed Selector ............................................. LOW2
Monitor fuel imbalance. When the desired balance is achieved:
Crossfeed Selector ............................................. OFF

4-24

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Monitor Total Fuel indication in MFD Fuel Page with FMS Fuel
Remaining information.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING


Aural Warning: Voice Messages: PULL UP, SINK RATE, TERRAIN
TERRAIN
PULL
UP,
CAUTION
TERRAIN,
OBSTACLE OBSTACLE PULL UP, CAUTION
OBSTACLE, DON'T SINK DON'T SINK, TOO LOW
TERRAIN, TOO LOW GEAR, TOO LOW FLAPS,
GLIDE SLOPE and BANK ANGLE voice messages
may be generated, but are not associated with
EGPWS EICAS message.
When an EGPWS alert occurs, use the flight controls and thrust as
necessary to correct the airplane attitude, flight path and configuration
according to the voice message presented to provide terrain
clearance.
CAUTION: THE TERRAIN DISPLAY IS INTENDED TO BE USED
AS A SITUATIONAL TOOL ONLY AND MAY NOT
PROVIDE THE ACCURACY AND/OR FIDELITY ON
WHICH TO SOLELY BASE TERRAIN AVOIDANCE
MANEUVERING DECISIONS.

WINDSHEAR PREVENTION/RECOVERY
Aural Warning: WINDSHEAR voice message is generated if
WDSHEAR red indication is presented (EGPWS
warning may also be activated).
Thrust Levers................................................................ MAX
Go Around Buttons ....................................................... PRESS
Rotate the airplane smoothly to minimize altitude loss. Flight guidance
on EADI must be followed.
NOTE: Pitch attitude may be well above normal angles.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Maintain airplane configuration. Do not change gear and flap position


until terrain clearance is assured.

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NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TRAFFIC AND COLLISION AVOIDANCE


Aural Warning: According to the Traffic Advisory (TA) and Resolution
Advisory (RA) associated.
The pilot must not initiate evasive maneuvers using information from
the traffic display or the voice message only, without visually sighting
the traffic. The traffic display and advisories are intended for
assistance in visually locating the traffic.
Compliance with TCAS resolution advisory is required unless the pilot
considers it unsafe to do so. Maneuvers which are in the opposite
direction of the RA are extremely hazardous, especially RAs involving
altitude crossing, and are prohibited unless it is visually determined to
be the only means to assure safe separation.

TRANSPONDER

4-26

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In compliance with Airworthiness Directive 2006-19-04, during all flight


phases, after completion of any 4096 ATC Code change (also referred
to as Mode A Code), check the status of the transponder. If the
transponder indicates that it is in standby mode, re-select the desired
mode (i.e., the transponder should be in the active mode).

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

OPERATION IN ICING CONDITIONS


The procedures below complement or change the remaining
procedures presented in this Section. For emergency and abnormal
procedures related to operation in icing conditions, refer to Section 3.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - Icing conditions may exist whenever the Static Air


Temperature (SAT) on the ground or for takeoff, or Total Air
Temperature (TAT) inflight, is 10C or below and visible
moisture in any form is present (such as clouds, fog with
visibility of one mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, and ice
crystals).
- Icing conditions may also exist when the SAT on the ground
and for takeoff is 10C or below when operating on ramps,
taxiways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing
water, or slush may be ingested by the engines, or freeze on
engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.
- Notwithstanding ice detector monitoring, the crew remains
responsible for monitoring icing conditions and for manual
activation of the ice protection system if icing conditions are
present and the ice detection system is not activating the ice
protection system.
- The clear ice detection system will sense clear ice
accumulation only in the inboard area of the upper wing
surface. It does not detect the presence of frost or snow and
it is unable to sense ice accumulations on other parts of the
wing or airplane. The operator must ensure that the airplane
surfaces are free of frost, snow and ice accumulation prior to
takeoff.

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4-27

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

BEFORE START
Clear ice detection test:
Anti-Icing Push Buttons
(engine, wing and stabilizer)............................... PRESSED
Ice Detection Override Knob.................................... AUTO
Ice Detection Test Knob .......................................... 1
Test knob must be held at least 3 seconds in position 1.
Check that CLR ICE 1, CLR ICE 2, CLR/I INOP 1 and CLR/I
INOP 2 caution messages are displayed on the EICAS.
NOTE: When the Ice Detection Test Knob is selected to 1, the ICE
DET 1 FAIL and BLD 1 LOW TEMP caution messages and
ICE CONDITION advisory message are displayed on
EICAS.
NOTE: SPS/ICE SPEEDS message will remain displayed after icing
encounter. Before next takeoff the message must be removed
by testing the Stall Protection System.

AFTER START
Ice Detection Override Knob......................................... ENG
Crossbleed .................................................................... AUTO

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CAUTION: BOTH ENGINE BLEEDS MUST BE OPEN, IN ORDER


TO ASSURE BLEED AIR FLOW THROUGH THE
LEADING EDGES. APU BLEED MUST NOT BE USED.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

BEFORE TAKEOFF
Ice Protection Test:
NOTE: The ice protection test may be carried out completely on the
ground, or in 2 separate phases (first phase on the ground and
second phase in flight), depending on weather conditions and
crew discretion. For takeoffs, when icing conditions exist or are
anticipated for takeoff or climb, the tests in paragraph A must
be performed.
On ground, if the engine vibration increases, advance thrust levers,
one at a time, to obtain at least 60% N1 for 5 seconds and then return
to the former setting.
A - When actual icing conditions exist or are anticipated for takeoff and
climb, proceed:
Ice Detection Override Knob................................... ALL
Thrust Levers .......................................................... 83% N2
Ice Detection Test Knob.......................................... 1, THEN 2
Test knob must be held at least 10 seconds in each test position
but no more than 15 seconds.
For each side separately, check that OPEN inscriptions in the
buttons are illuminated and that, ICE DET 1 (or 2) FAIL and BLD 1
(or 2) LOW TEMP caution messages and ICE CONDITION
advisory message are displayed on EICAS. The CROSS BLD
OPEN advisory message may be also displayed.
NOTE: When the Ice Detection Test Knob is selected to 1, the
CLR ICE 1, CLR ICE 2, CLR/I INOP 1 and CLR/I INOP 2
caution messages are displayed on the EICAS and the
lights CLR ICE 1 and CLR ICE 2 illuminate; when the Ice
Detection Test Knob is selected to 2, none of those caution
messages are displayed on the EICAS.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Thrust Levers .......................................................... IDLE


Ice Detection Override Knob................................... ENG
CAUTION: ICE DETECTION OVERRIDE KNOB MUST NOT BE SET
TO "ALL" ON GROUND, EXCEPT DURING TEST.
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CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

B - For flight when no actual icing conditions exist or are anticipated for
takeoff and climb, proceed:
Before engines start, perform the on ground test:
APU Bleed .......................................................... CLOSE
Engine Bleed ...................................................... CLOSE
Anti-Icing Push Buttons
(engine, wing and stabilizer).......................... ON
Ice Detection Override Knob .............................. AUTO
Ice Detection Test Knob ..................................... 1, THEN 2
Test knob must be held at least 10 seconds in each test
position.
For each side separately, check that ICE DET 1 (or 2) FAIL and
BLD 1 (or 2) LOW TEMP caution messages and ICE
CONDITION advisory message are displayed on EICAS.
NOTE: When the Ice Detection Test Knob is selected to 1, the
CLR ICE 1, CLR ICE 2, CLR/I INOP 1 and CLR/I INOP
2 caution messages are displayed on the EICAS and
the lights CLR ICE 1 and CLR ICE 2 illuminate; when
the Ice Detection Test Knob is selected to 2, none of
those caution messages are displayed on the EICAS.

NOTE: The ice protection test must be fully accomplished


before entering icing conditions and before reaching
23000 ft.

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During climb, perform the inflight test:


Engine Bleeds..................................................... OPEN
Thrust Lever........................................................ THRUST SET
Altitude ................................................................ FROM 2000 TO
23000 ft
TAT ..................................................................... LESS THAN
10C
Ice Detection Override Knob .............................. ALL FOR
20 SECONDS
Check that OPEN inscriptions in the buttons are illuminated and
NO ICE-A/ICE ON caution message is displayed on EICAS. The
CROSS BLD OPEN advisory message may be also displayed.
Ice Detection Override Knob .............................. AUTO (AFTER
20 SECONDS)

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL
PROCEDURES

TAKEOFF (LEGACY 650)


When engine parameters are stabilized and airplane speed is above
25 KIAS:
ITT ........................................................................... MONITOR

AFTER TAKEOFF
Ice Protection Test (if applicable) ................................. COMPLETE

CLIMB
Ice Detection Override Knob ........................................ AUTO

CRUISE
Engine Parameters ....................................................... MONITOR
If engine vibration increases, advance thrust levers, one at a time, to
obtain 60% N1 minimum for 5 seconds, and then return to the former
setting.
If ITT increases beyond limits, reduce thrust levers as required to
maintain ITT within limits.
If vibration and/or buffeting occurs, reduce the airspeed as required
down to 200 KIAS to eliminate the vibration and/or buffeting.

HOLDING
Landing Gear ................................................................ UP
Flaps ............................................................................. UP
Minimum Airspeed ........................................................ 200 KIAS

DESCENT

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

When flying in icing conditions at high speeds or after flying in icing


conditions, if vibration and/or buffeting occurs, reduce the airspeed as
required down to 200 KIAS to eliminate the vibration and/or buffeting.
CAUTION: EVEN SMALL ACCUMULATIONS OF ICE ON THE
WING LEADING EDGE MAY CHANGE THE STALL
CHARACTERISTICS OR THE STALL PROTECTION
SYSTEM WARNING MARGIN.
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AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

APPROACH

4-32

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If necessary to increase rate of descent:


Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Speed Brake ............................................................ OPEN

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

SECTION 5
PERFORMANCE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTRODUCTION ............................................................................ 5-2


DEFINITIONS ................................................................................. 5-3
AIRSPEED ................................................................................ 5-3
METEOROLOGICAL................................................................. 5-6
TAKEOFF .................................................................................. 5-7
ENROUTE AND LANDING ....................................................... 5-10
DEMONSTRATED CROSSWIND .................................................. 5-12
NOISE LEVELS .............................................................................. 5-13
LEGACY 600 ............................................................................. 5-13
LEGACY 650 ............................................................................. 5-14
WIND COMPONENTS ................................................................... 5-15
POSITION ERROR CORRECTIONS............................................. 5-17
AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION CHARTS....... 5-18
ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTIONS CHARTS ..... 5-33
SPEEDS IN THE STALL ................................................................ 5-47
STALL SPEED CHART ............................................................. 5-48

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AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

INTRODUCTION
The performance information given in this Section is not related to the
engine model. For performance information related to a specific
engine model, refer to its respective Supplement, which make part of
the basic AFM.

The performance data are based on the following conditions:


Pertinent power less installation, air bleed, and accessory
losses.
Full temperature accountability within the operational limits for
which the airplane is certified.
The wind correction grids are factored in compliance with the
regulations, and represent the headwind/tailwind components
measured at 10 m height.
Humidity has no appreciable effect on the power of the engines,
therefore, it has not been considered in the performance data.
All takeoff and landing based on paved runways.
Anti-skid and ground spoilers are considered to be operative.

The performance information is not valid if:


The airplane gross weight exceeds the appropriate maximum
allowable limits.
Any of the limitations in Section 2 is not observed.
A reading from any graph is obtained by extrapolation (i.e. using
values of parameters outside the range given on the graph).
NOTE: In the case of headwind components, the airplane may be
operated in reported components greater than 30 kt, but the
effect of only 30 kt may be taken.

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Tire speed limits are not applicable to this specific airplane.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

DEFINITIONS
AIRSPEED
INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS
It is the reading on the airspeed indicator (knots), as installed in the
airplane, uncorrected for static source position error. Zero instrument
error is assumed.
CALIBRATED AIRSPEED - KCAS
It is the indicated airspeed (knots), corrected for static source position
error.
TRUE AIRSPEED - TAS
It is the equivalent airspeed corrected for atmospheric density effects.
CRITICAL ENGINE FAILURE SPEED - VEF
It is the speed at which, if one engine fails, the failure is recognized at
V1.
1-G STALL SPEED - VS1G
Is the minimum speed at which the lift provided by the wing is capable
of supporting the weight of the airplane.
REFERENCE STALL SPEED - VSR

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

It is stall speed used as the reference in determining the various


airplane speeds. VSR may not be less than VS1G.

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PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF DECISION SPEED - V1


It is the speed at which, following a failure of one engine at VEF, the
decision to continue the takeoff results in:
a takeoff distance to a height of 35 ft at V2 speed, that will not
exceed the available takeoff distance.
or the distance to bring the airplane to a full stop that will not
exceed the accelerate-stop distance available.
V1 must not be greater than the rotation speed (VR).
ROTATION SPEED - VR
It is the speed at which rotation is initiated during the takeoff, to attain
the takeoff safety speed at or before a height of 35 ft above runway
surface.
TAKEOFF SAFETY SPEED - V2
The target speed to be attained at a 35 ft height, during a takeoff with
an engine failure. One schedule for Takeoff Speed - V2 is presented as
follows:

Flap 9 - This speed is equal to 1.18 VS.

AIR MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED - VMCA

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The minimum flight speed at which the airplane is controllable with a


maximum 5 bank, when one engine suddenly becomes inoperative
with the remaining engine operating at takeoff power. The value
presented represents the most critical combination of power, weight,
and center of gravity.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

GROUND MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED - VMCG


The minimum speed on the ground at which the takeoff can be
continued, utilizing aerodynamic controls alone, when one engine
suddenly becomes inoperative and the remaining engine is operating
at takeoff power. The value presented represents the most critical
combination of power, weight, and center of gravity.
LANDING REFERENCE SPEED - VREF XX
The speed at a 50 ft height in a normal landing. This speed is equal to
1.23 VSR (for flaps 22 and 45) in the landing configuration (gear
down and specific landing flaps XX).
MANEUVERING SPEED - VA
The maximum speed at which application of full available aileron or
rudder will not overstress the airplane.

Maneuver involving pitching control must not exceed the limit load
factor defined in Section 2 - Limitations.
MINIMUM CONTROL
APPROACH - VMCL

SPEEDS

DURING

LANDING

AND

VMCL is the minimum control speed during landing and approach with
all engines operating, when the critical engine is suddenly made
inoperative.
FINAL TAKEOFF SEGMENT SPEED - VFS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

It is the speed to be achieved during final segment, with landing gear


up and flaps retracted.

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PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

METEOROLOGICAL
INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ATMOSPHERE - ISA
As accepted by the International Civil Aviation Organization.
STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - SAT
Outside air temperature as indicated on the MFD.
TRUE OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE
The free air static (ambient) temperature.
WIND VELOCITY

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The actual wind velocity at a 10 m (32.8 ft) height, reported from the
tower and corrected by the wind component chart to a headwind or
tailwind component parallel to the flight path.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

TAKEOFF
The takeoff path assumes failure of one engine at VEF and extends
from a standing start to a point in the takeoff at which the airplane is at
least 1500 ft above the takeoff surface and has achieved the enroute
configuration and final segment speed. The takeoff path is divided into
segments related to the distinct changes in the configuration, power,
and speed.
Some of the terms used in the takeoff path are defined below.
TAKEOFF DISTANCE
The greater of the distance from the start of the takeoff to the point at
which the airplane is 35 ft above the takeoff surface, with a failure of
one engine at VEF ; or 115 percent of the distance with all engines
operating, from the start of the takeoff to a point 35 ft above the takeoff
surface.
SCREEN HEIGHT
The altitude to be attained above the takeoff surface at the end of
takeoff distance (35 ft for dry runways and 15 ft for wet runways).
TAKEOFF RUN
The greater of the distance from the start of the takeoff to a point
equidistant between liftoff and the point at which the airplane is 35 ft
above the takeoff surface, with a failure of one engine at VEF ; or 115
percent of the distance from the start of the takeoff to a point
equidistant between liftoff and the point at which the airplane is 35 ft
above the takeoff surface, with all engines operating.
ACCELERATE-STOP DISTANCE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The horizontal distance traversed from brake release to the point at


which the airplane comes to a complete stop on a takeoff during which
the pilot elects to stop at V1. The accelerate-stop distance must not
exceed the length of the runway plus the length of the stopway.

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PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

CLEARWAY
An obstacle free area beyond the end of the runway which can be
taken into account for takeoff distance calculation.
STOPWAY
An area extending beyond the end of the runway which may be used
in decelerating the airplane in case of a refused takeoff.
DRY RUNWAY
A runway is considered dry when it is clear of contaminants and visible
moisture within the required length and width being used.
WET RUNWAY
A runway is considered to be wet when it is covered by water which
depth does not exceed 3 mm.
PAVED RUNWAY
A surface such as concrete or tarmac.
NET TAKEOFF FLIGHT PATH
The net flight path is the gross (actual) path diminished by the gradient
required by regulation.
TAKEOFF FLIGHT PATH
The takeoff flight path begins 35 ft above the takeoff surface at the end
of the takeoff distance and extends to a point at which the airplane is
at least 1500 ft above the takeoff surface and has achieved the
enroute configuration and final segment speed, whichever occurs last.

This is the reference to which the coordinates of the various points in


the takeoff are referred to. It is defined as the end of the takeoff
distance and 35 ft below the flight path at this point.

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REFERENCE ZERO

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

LEVEL OFF HEIGHT


The height at which the third segment is performed (400 ft minimum).
FIRST SEGMENT
Extends from the end of the takeoff distance to the point at which the
landing gear is fully retracted, using takeoff power and takeoff flaps, at
a constant V2 speed.
SECOND SEGMENT
Extends from the gear-up point to the level off height (400 ft minimum),
using takeoff power and takeoff flaps at a constant V2.
THIRD SEGMENT
The horizontal distance required to accelerate, at constant altitude,
using takeoff power to the final segment speed while retracting flaps.
FINAL SEGMENT
Extends from the end of the third segment to a gross height of at least
1500 ft, with flaps up, maximum continuous power, and at final
segment speed.
NOTE: The flight path data given in the charts contained in this
manual is such that all heights have been reduced by 35 ft for
convenience in use; the obstacle height should, therefore, be
compared directly with the flight path.
GROSS CLIMB GRADIENT

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The ratio, expressed as a percentage of the change in geometric


height divided by the horizontal distance (both in the same unit)
travelled in a given time. The gradients shown on the charts are true
gradients, i.e., they are derived from geometric (not pressure) rates of
climb.

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FLIGHT
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NET CLIMB GRADIENT


The demonstrated gross gradient reduced by 0.8% during takeoff
phase and 1.1% enroute.
GROSS HEIGHT
The geometric height attained using gross climb gradient in a given
time.
NET HEIGHT
The geometric height attained using net climb gradient in a given time.
Net height is used to determine a net flight which will clear any
obstacle by at least 35 ft to comply with the regulations.

ENROUTE AND LANDING


ENROUTE CLIMB
Climb with flaps up, landing gear retracted, maximum continuous
power on one engine, and at the adopted enroute climb speed.
APPROACH CLIMB
Climb from a missed or aborted approach, with approach flaps, gear
up, and takeoff power on one engine, at the maximum landing weight,
and at the adopted approach climb speed.
LANDING CLIMB

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Climb from an aborted landing with landing flaps, landing gear


extended, and takeoff power on both engines.

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIFTOFF

THIRD
SEGMENT

FINAL
SEGMENT

FLAPS UP
OBSTACLE
35 ft

BRAKE
RELEASE

SECOND
SEGMENT

OBSTACLE HEIGHT ABOVE


REFERENCE ZERO

FIRST
SEGMENT

GEAR UP

REFERENCE
ZERO
DISTANCE FROM REFERENCE ZERO
EM145AFM000018A.DGN

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TAKEOFF PROFILE

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AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
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DEMONSTRATED CROSSWIND

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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The maximum demonstrated crosswind component for takeoff and


landing is 30 kts measured at tower height of 10 m (32.8 ft). The
demonstration was made with both engines operating on a dry runway
and using VREF plus half the maximum gust intensity. This value is not
considered to be limiting.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

NOISE LEVELS
LEGACY 600
The following Effective Perceived Noise Levels (EPNLs) comply with
FAR Part 36, Appendix C Amendment 23, Stage 3 noise limits. The
tests and analysis procedures used to obtain these noise levels are
essentially equivalent to those required by the ICAO Annex 16,
Volume 1, Chapter 3.
These values are stated for reference conditions of standard
atmosphere pressure at sea level, 25C ambient temperature, 70%
relative humidity, and zero wind.
Flyover and lateral noise levels were established for the Legacy 600
equipped with two Rolls-Royce AE3007A1P or AE3007A1E engines at
the maximum takeoff weight of 49604 lb, V2 + 15 KIAS, flaps 9 and
maximum takeoff power on both engines.
The takeoff power cutback procedure was used.
Approach noise levels were established from a 3 glide slope at the
maximum landing weight of 40786 lb, VREF + 10 KIAS, and flaps 45.
No determination has been made by the Federal Avaition
Administration that the noise levels in this manual are or should be
acceptable or unacceptable for operation at, into, or out of any airport.

Engine
Model

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

AE3007A1P
AE3007A1E

NOISE LEVEL IN EPNdB


Noise
CONDITION
Level
Lateral
Flyover
Approach
Maximum
94.0
89.0
98.0
Allowable
85.3
80.6 (1) (2)
91.3
Actual
86.8
79.7 (3)
91.3
Actual

NOTE: 1) For airplanes with MTOW of 48942 lb, the noise level for
flyover condition is 80.0 EPNdB;
2) For airplanes with MTOW of 48501 lb, the noise level for
flyover condition is 79.8 EPNdB;
3) For airplanes with MTOW of 48501 lb, the noise level for
flyover condition is 79.3 EPNdB.
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REVISION 9

5-13

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LEGACY 650
The following Effective Perceived Noise Levels (EPNLs) comply with
Part 36, Appendix B, Stage 4 maximum noise level requirements and
were obtained by analysis of approved data from noise tests
conducted under the provisions of Part 36, Amendment 36-28. The
noise measurement and evaluation procedures used to obtain these
noise levels are considered by the FAA to be equivalent to the Chapter
4 noise level required by the International Civil Aviation Organization
(ICAO) in Annex 16, Volume I, Appendix 2, Amendment 7, effective
March 21, 2002.
These values are stated for reference conditions of standard
atmosphere pressure at sea level, 25C ambient temperature, 70%
relative humidity, and zero wind.
Flyover and lateral noise levels were established for the Legacy 650 at
the maximum takeoff weight of 53572 lb, V2 + 15 KIAS, flaps 9 and
maximum takeoff power on both engines.
The takeoff power cutback procedure was used.
Approach noise levels were established from a 3 glide slope at the
maximum landing weight of 44092 lb, VREF + 10 KIAS, and flaps 45.
No determination has been made by the Federal Aviation
Administration that the noise levels in this manual are or should be
acceptable or unacceptable for operation at, into, or out of any airport.

Engine
Model
AE3007A2

NOISE LEVEL IN EPNdB


Noise
CONDITION
Level
Lateral
Flyover
Approach
Maximum
94.0
89.0
98.0
Allowable
86.9 (1)
78.0 (2)
91.7
Actual

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: 1) For airplanes with MTOW of 48501 lb, the noise level for
lateral condition is 87.1 EPNdB;
2) For airplanes with MTOW of 48501 lb, the noise level for
flyover condition is 76.4 EPNdB.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

WIND COMPONENTS
The wind correction grids are factored according to the regulations,
and represent the headwind/tailwind components measured at 10 m
(32.8 ft) height.
Correction to wind velocity and direction into headwind/tailwind and
crosswind is given in the Wind Component chart.
USE
Enter the chart with the reported wind velocity and the relative angle to
the runway, to read the wind component parallel to the runway and the
crosswind.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Wind velocity ........................................................... 20 kt
Wind direction.......................................................... 60
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Wind component parallel to the runway .................. 10 kt


Crosswind ................................................................ 17.5 kt

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REVISION 9

5-15

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

WIND COMPONENT
80

WIND DIRECTION RELATIVE


TO RUNWAY
(STRAIGHT LINES)

60
0

50

10

20
30
40

40

50

30

60

20

70

10

80

90

145CTA50 - OUT 01, 1996

EFFECTIVE TAILWIND
COMPONENT - KTS

5-16

10

20

30

40

50

-10

CROSSWIND
COMPONENT
60
70- KTS80
90

100

-20

110
120

-30
130

-40

140
150

-50
180

170

160

REPORTED WIND
SPEED
(CURVED LINES)

-60
-70
-80

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

EFFECTIVE HEADWIND
COMPONENT - KTS

70

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

POSITION ERROR CORRECTIONS


The corrections to be applied to indicated airspeed or altitude in order
to eliminate the effect of location of the static port on instrument
reading are shown in the Airspeed and in the Altitude Position Error
Correction charts.
A set of Airspeed and Altitude Position Error Correction charts is
presented for Standby Pitots.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Since all airspeeds and altitudes in this section are presented as


indicated values, no correction need to be made when reading from
the charts.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

5-17

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION CHARTS


USE
Enter the appropriate chart with indicated airspeed, considering the
appropriate configuration, to read the airspeed correction. The
calibrated airspeed will be the sum of the indicated airspeed and
airspeed correction.
EXAMPLE
Given:

Standby Pitot
Standby Airspeed Indicator
Indicated Airspeed ................................................... 150 KIAS
Gear ......................................................................... DOWN
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Weight...................................................................... 48000 lb
Determine:

5-18

ANAC APPROVED
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AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Airspeed correction .................................................. 1.2 kt


Calibrated Airspeed ................................................. 151.2 KCAS

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GROUND EFFECT - FLAPS 9 AND 22
0.4

ALL WEIGHTS
ALL ALTITUDES

0.2

0.0

-0.2

CORRECTION - kt

-0.4

-0.6

-0.8

-1.0

-1.2

-1.4

-1.6

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA011 - 14OCT2004

-1.8

-2.0
0

10

20

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

120

130

140

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-19

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 9 AND 22
2.0

1.0

WEIGHT
26500 lb

CORRECTION - kt

0.0

-1.0

37500 lb
-2.0

48500 lb

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

55100 lb

-4.0
80

100

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-20

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA577 - 10JUN2010

-3.0

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 45
2.4

2.2

2.0

1.8

1.6

CORRECTION - kt

1.4

ALL WEIGHTS
ALL ALTITUDES

1.2

1.0

0.8

0.6

0.4

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

0.2

135BJCTA018 - 02JUN2010

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

0.0

-0.2
80

90

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

100

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-21

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GEAR UP - FLAPS UP
1.4

ALL WEIGHTS
ALL ALTITUDES

1.3

1.2

1.1

CORRECTION - kt

1.0

0.9

0.8

0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

0.2

5-22

80

100

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

300

320

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA020 - 14OCT2004

0.3

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GEAR UP - FLAPS 9 AND 22
3.0

CORRECTION - kt

2.0

WEIGHT
1.0
26500 lb

37500 lb
0.0

135BJFAA578 - 10JUN2010

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

48500 lb

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

55100 lb

-1.0
80

100

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

5-23

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOTS AND COPILOTS PITOTS
GROUND EFFECT - FLAPS 9, 18 AND 22
1.0

0.8

0.6

0.4

CORRECTION - kt

0.2

0.0

-0.2

-0.4

-0.6

5-24

-1.0
40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

120

130

140

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA012 - 10DEC2001

-0.8

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 9
2.0

1.6

1.2

0.8

WEIGHT

CORRECTION - kt

0.4

55100 lb

0.0
48500 lb

-0.4

-0.8
37500 lb

-1.2
26500 lb

135BJFAA579 - 10JUN2010

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1.6

-2.0
80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-25

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 22
2.2

2.0

1.8

1.6

1.4

1.2

WEIGHT

CORRECTION - kt

1.0

55100 lb

0.8

0.6

0.4
48500 lb

0.2

0.0

-0.2

37500 lb

-0.4

26500 lb

-0.8

-1.0

5-26

80

90

100

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

180

190

200

210

220

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA580 - 10JUN2010

-0.6

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOTS AND COPILOTS PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 45
LEGACY 600

3.0

WEIGHT
2.5
48500 lb

CORRECTION - kt

2.0

37500 lb

1.5

26500 lb

1.0

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA581 - 29SEP2010

0.5

0.0
80

90

ANAC APPROVED
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100

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-27

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOTS AND COPILOTS PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 45
LEGACY 650

3.0

WEIGHT

2.5
55100 lb

2.0
48500 lb

CORRECTION - kt

1.5

1.0

37500 lb

0.5

0.0

-0.5

-1.0

26500 lb

5-28

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

-2.0
80

90

100

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

180

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA582 - 10JUN2010

-1.5

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS UP
AIRPLANES PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-34-0007

1.5

ALL WEIGHTS
1.0

ALTITUDE
0.5

CORRECTION - kt

0.0

39000 ft

-0.5

30000 ft

-1.0

-1.5
20000 ft

-2.0

10000 ft

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA030 - 17OCT2004

-2.5

SL

-3.0
60

80

100

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

300

320

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-29

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS UP
AIRPLANES POST-MOD. SB 145LEG-34-0007 OR EQUIPPED WITH
AN EQUIVALENT MODIFICATION FACTORY INCORPORATED

0.5

ALTITUDE

ALL WEIGHTS

41000 ft

0.0

39000 ft

-0.5

CORRECTION - kt

30000 ft

-1.0

-1.5
20000 ft

-2.0

10000 ft

SL

-3.0

5-30

60

80

100

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

300

320

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA038 - 11NOV2004

-2.5

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS 9
2.0

1.5

CORRECTION - kt

WEIGHT

1.0

55100 lb

0.5

48500 lb

0.0

37500 lb
-0.5

26500 lb
-1.0

135BJFAA583 - 29SEP2010

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1.5

-2.0
70

90

110

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

130

150

170

190

210

230

250

270

290

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-31

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIRSPEED POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS 22
2.0

WEIGHT
1.5

55100 lb

48500 lb

CORRECTION - kt

1.0

37500 lb

0.5

26500 lb

0.0

-1.0

5-32

80

90

100

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

180

190

200

210

220

230

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA031 - 29SEP2010

-0.5

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTIONS CHARTS


USE
Enter the appropriate chart with indicated airspeed, the indicated
pressure altitude, and weight (when applicable) considering the
appropriate airplane configuration and pitot (standby, or pilot and
copilot), to read the altimetric correction. The true pressure altitude will
be the indicated pressure altitude minus the altimetric correction.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Standby Pitot
Standby Altimeter
Indicated Airspeed................................................... 245 KIAS
Weight...................................................................... 48000 lb
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Gear......................................................................... DOWN
Altitude..................................................................... 20000 ft
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Altimetric correction ................................................. 25 ft


True Pressure Altitude............................................. 20025 ft

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

5-33

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 9 AND 22
90

WEIGHT

80

55100 lb
48500 lb

70

60
37500 lb
50

CORRECTION - ft

40

30

20

10

-10

-20

26500 lb

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

-40

-50

5-34

80

100

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA584 - 11JUN2010

-30

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
o

GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 45


4

ALL WEIGHTS
ALL ALTITUDES

-2

-4

-6

CORRECTION - ft

-8

-10

-12

-14

-16

-18

-20

-22

-24

135BJCTA014 - 02JUN2010

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-26

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.

-28

-30
80

90

100

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-35

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GEAR UP - FLAPS UP
-12

ALL WEIGHTS
ALL ALTITUDES

-13

CORRECTION - ft

-14

-15

-16

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.
-18

5-36

80

100

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

300

320

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA016 - 14OCT2004

-17

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


STANDBY PITOT
GEAR UP - FLAPS 9 AND 22
20

WEIGHT

55100 lb

10

48500 lb

CORRECTION - ft

37500 lb
-10

-20

-30

135BJFAA586 - 16JUN2010

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-40

26500 lb

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.
-50
80

100

120

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-37

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 9
70

WEIGHT
65
26500 lb

60
55
50
45
40

CORRECTION - ft

35
30
25
20

37500 lb

15
10
5

-5

48500 lb

-10

55100 lb

-15
-20

5-38

80

90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA587- 16JUN2010

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 22
20

WEIGHT
26500 lb
15

10

CORRECTION - ft

37500 lb

-5

-10

48500 lb
-15
55100 lb

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA588 - 16JUN2010

-20

-25
80

90

100

110

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

120

130

140

150

160

170

180

190

200

210

220

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-39

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOTS AND COPILOTS PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 45
LEGACY 600

WEIGHT
48500 lb

37500 lb

CORRECTION - ft

-5

-10

26500 lb

-15

-20

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.
-30

5-40

70

80

90

100

110

120

130

140

150

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJCTA023 - 29SEP2010

-25

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOTS AND COPILOTS PITOTS
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 45
LEGACY 650

WEIGHT
55100 lb
48500 lb

37500 lb

CORRECTION - ft

-5

-10

26500 lb

-15

-20

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA589 - 16JUN2010

-25

NOTE: Values below


1.15 VSR only for
interpolation.
-30
70

80

90

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

100

110

120

130

140

150

160

170

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-41

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS UP
AIRPLANES PRE-MOD. SB 145LEG-34-0007

50

INDICATED ALTITUDE - ft

45
40
35
30

SL
10000 ft

25

20000 ft

20
15
10

30000 ft

ALL WEIGHTS

5
0
-5

CORRECTION - ft

-10

39000 ft

-15
-20
-25
-30
-35
-40
-45
20000 ft

-50
-55
-60
-65
-70
-75
-80
-85
-90

30000 ft

-105
-110

5-42

70

90

110

130

150

170

190

210

230

250

270

290

310

330

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJCTA024 - 04JUL2003

-95
-100

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS UP
AIRPLANES POST-MOD. SB 145LEG-34-0007 OR EQUIPPED WITH
AN EQUIVALENT MODIFICATION FACTORY INCORPORATED

20

18

INDICATED ALTITUDE - ft

16

SL to 41000 ft

ALL WEIGHTS

14

CORRECTION - ft

12

10

135BJFAA035 - 14OCT2004

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-2

-4

-6
80

100

120

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

300

320

INDICATED AIRSPEED - kt

5-43

PERFORMANCE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS 9
40

WEIGHT
26500 lb

30

20

CORRECTION - ft

10

37500 lb

-10

-20
48500 lb

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ALTITUDE POSITION ERROR CORRECTION


PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S PITOTS
GEAR UP - FLAPS 22
10

ALL ALTITUDES

CORRECTION - ft

-10

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SPEEDS IN THE STALL

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The stalling speed is shown in the Stalling Speed Chart. Stalling


speeds, with zero thrust in accordance with Airworthiness
Requirements, are the reference for the various handling speeds
herein presented. This chart is provided in terms of knots of calibrated
airspeed for various weights and airplane configurations.

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STALL SPEED CHART


USE
Enter the chart with airplane gross weight and airplane configuration
and read the airspeed.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Configuration............................................................ FLAPS 9 AND
GEAR DOWN
Airplane gross weight .............................................. 48000 lb
Determine:

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STALL SPEED (STICK PUSHER SPEED)


ZERO THRUST - FORWARD CG
145
GEAR UP - FLAPS UP

140
135
GEAR DOWN -

CALIBRATED AIRSPEED - KCAS

130

GEAR UP - FLAPS
9
GEAR DOWN - FLAPS

125
120

GEAR UP - FLAPS 22

115

GEAR DOWN - FLAPS 45

110
GEAR UP - FLAPS 22

105
NOTE: WHEN IN ICING CONDITIONS OR IN CASE OF ICE
ACCRETION ON WING AND TAIL NON-PROTECTED
AREAS, INCREASE THE STALL SPEED ACCORDING
TO THE FOLLOWING:
GEAR
FLAPS
AIRSPEED INCREASE
UP
UP
3 KCAS
DOWN
9
5 KCAS
UP
9
7 KCAS
DOWN
22
4 KCAS
UP
22
4 KCAS

100
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80
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30000

32000

34000

36000

38000

40000

42000

44000

46000

48000

50000

52000

54000

56000

58000

60000

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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SUPPLEMENT 2 - NOT APPLICABLE
SUPPLEMENT 3 - FMZ2000 FLIGHT MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM
SUPPLEMENT 4 - CAT II OPERATION
SUPPLEMENT 5 - OPERATION
ENGINES

WITH

AE3007A1E

SUPPLEMENT 6 - RVSM OPERATION


SUPPLEMENT 7 - EMBRAER TAKEOFF ANALYSIS
SOFTWARE - ETOASECJ
SUPPLEMENT 8 - STEEP APPROACH
(LEGACY 600)

OPERATION

SUPPLEMENT 9 - NOT APPLICABLE


SUPPLEMENT 10 - ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG (EFB)

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TAKEOFF OPERATION

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SUPPLEMENT 13 - NOT APPLICABLE
SUPPLEMENT 14 - NOT APPLICABLE
SUPPLEMENT 15 - RUNWAY
AWARENESS
ADVISORY SYSTEM (RAAS)

AND

SUPPLEMENT 16 - FMZ2010 FLIGHT MANAGEMENT


SYSTEM
SUPPLEMENT 17 - FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEM
(FANS)

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SUPPLEMENT 3
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REVISION ......................2 .................JAN 29, 2003
REVISION ......................3 ................AUG 27, 2004
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL......................................................................................S3-1
NAVIGATION OPERATIONAL APPROVALS..........................S3-2
LIMITATIONS ................................................................................S3-5
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................S3-8
FMS NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE DEGRADED ................S3-8
FMS IN DEAD RECKONING MODE........................................S3-9
NORMAL PROCEDURES.............................................................S3-9
BEFORE START ......................................................................S3-9
HOLDING .................................................................................S3-9
APPROACH .............................................................................S3-10
LATERAL DEVIATION SCALE ................................................S3-12
PERFORMANCE...........................................................................S3-12

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GENERAL

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This Supplement is a part of, and must be placed in, the FAA
Approved Airplane Flight Manual for airplanes incorporating single or
dual FMZ2000 Flight Management System. The information contained
herein supplements the information of the basic AFM. For limitations,
procedures and performance information not contained in the
Supplement, refer to the basic AFM.

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NAVIGATION OPERATIONAL APPROVALS


The dual Honeywell FMZ2000 Flight Management System, with the
software version NZ5.2 has been demonstrated to accomplish with
and in accordance with the requirements for the following operations:
OCEANIC AND REMOTE
In accordance with AC 20-130A and FAA Notice 8110.60 the dual
FMS is approved as a two independent Long Range Navigation (LRN)
System on these routes, provided it is receiving usable signals from
the GPS which meets requirements of AC 90-94 for use as the only
LRN System sensor. The dual FMZ2000 installation with dual GPS
sensors as installed has been found to comply with the requirements
for GPS primary means of navigation in oceanic and remote airspace,
when used in conjunction with Honeywell Off Line RAIM prediction
program. For single FMS installation, in accordance with AC 20-130A,
along routes requiring a single Long Range Navigation (LRN) System,
provided it is receiving usable signals from the GPS which meets
requirements of AC 90-94 for use as the only LRN System sensor on
these routes.
ENROUTE AND TERMINAL
In accordance with AC 20-130A and TSO C129a C1 provided it is
receiving usable signals from:
One VOR/DME or multiple DME's;

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GPS.

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NON-PRECISION APPROACH
In accordance with AC 20-130A, TSO C129a C1 and AC 90-94
(Phase II and III overlay approaches and GPS only approaches),
provided:
The APP annunciation is set on the PFD at the Final Approach Fix.
The DGR or DR is not annunciated on the PFD.
The flight director is coupled to the LNAV mode (GPS only
approaches).
NOTE: AC 90-94 deals with the use of GPS in the US National
Airspace System (NAS) and in oceanic areas. The general
approval to use GPS to fly overlay instrument approaches as
described in the AC, is initially limited to the NAS. Refer to
Limitations Section of this Supplement, for use of GPS for nonprecision approaches outside the NAS.
B-RNAV OPERATIONS
In accordance with AC 20-130A provided the FMS navigation mode is
one of the following:
GPS;
DME/DME;
VOR/DME;

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IRS.

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NORTH ATLANTIC (NAT) MINIMUM NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE


SPECIFICATION (MNPS) AIRSPACE
Provided two FMS installations are operating with each receiving
information from two inertial reference systems (IRS) or from two
global positioning systems (GPS) when used in conjunction with
Honeywell Off Line RAIM prediction program, the FMS is capable
of unrestricted flight into North Atlantic (NAT) Minimum Navigation
Performance Specification (MNPS) airspace and has been shown
to meet the accuracy specification in accordance with AC 120-33 or
AC 91-49.
For single FMS installation as defined in AC 91-49 and AC 91-70,
along the special routes requiring a single LRN (Long Range
Navigation System), provided it is receiving usable signals from the
GPS which meets requirements of AC 90-94 for use as the only
LRN System sensor on these routes.
RNP-10 - REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE
The dual FMZ2000 installation with dual Global Positioning System
(GPS) sensors as installed has been found to comply with the
requirements of FAA Order 8400.12A, as amended, as a primary
means of navigation with no time limitation, when used in
conjunction with Honeywell Off Line RAIM prediction program.
The dual FMZ2000 installation with dual Inertial Reference Systems
(IRS) as installed has been found to comply with the requirements
of FAA Order 8400.12A, as amended, as a primary means of
navigation for flights up to 6.2 hours after the system is placed in
the navigation mode.

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The dual FMZ2000 installation with dual Global Positioning System


(GPS) sensors and dual Inertial Reference Systems (IRS) as
installed has been found to comply with the requirements of FAA
Order 8400.12A, as amended, as a primary means of navigation
with no time limitation.

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LIMITATIONS
The following limitations are applicable to the FMS:
-

The Honeywell Flight Management System (FMS) Pilot's Operating


Manual, Honeywell Publication Number A28-1146-133-00,
February 1999 edition (or later revision of the manual) for the
software version NZ5.2 or FAA accepted Operating Manual, must
be immediately available to the flight crew whenever navigation is
predicated on the use of the FMS. The software status stated in the
Pilot's Manual must match that displayed on the FMS Control
Display Unit (CDU).

FMS instrument approaches must be accomplished in accordance


with approved instrument approach procedures that are retrieved
from the FMS navigation data base. The FMS data base must
incorporate the current update cycle.

Use of FMS guidance for conducting instrument approach


procedures is prohibited with the FMS operating in the degrade or
dead reckoning mode (DGR or DR annunciation set on PFD).

Operation above 72 30.0' north latitude and below 59 30.0' south


latitude is prohibited due to unreliable magnetic heading.

The pilot must review the complete transition-approach, comparing


the waypoints and altitudes displayed on the FMS with those on the
published procedure prior to activation to insure that the correct
procedure and transition are selected.

The Flight Director must be coupled to the LNAV mode (autopilot


coupled or not coupled), to accomplish GPS only approaches.

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When using FMS guidance for conducting instrument approach


procedures that do not include a GPS reference in the title of the
published procedure, the flight crew must verify that the procedure
specified navaid and associated avionics are operational.

For airplanes equipped with single FMS, when using FMS guidance
for conducting instrument approach procedures, the procedure
navaid must be tuned and valid, and the raw data must be
displayed in the cockpit, under the following conditions:
- For VOR approaches (where the procedure specified navaid is a
VOR only navaid - no DME capability) and NDB approaches,
without GPS (GPS failed or RAIM out of limits or unavailable).
- For any instrument approach (other than a GPS stand alone
approach), outside the Brazilian Airspace, with GPS as the
navigation sensor.

ILS, LOC, LOC-BC, LDA, SDF and MLS approaches, using the
FMS for guidance, are prohibited.

FMS missed approaches using the CDU Mode Select Button are
prohibited.

When flying to an airport where GPS (non-overlay) is the intended


approach, prior to dispatch, the crew is required to verify that the
predictive RAIM at the destination ETA is within the approach
criteria. This information (RAIM AVAILABLE), is displayed on the
PREDICTIVE RAIM page, accessed via the GPS STATUS page.

When the approach at the destination is based on GPS and an


alternate airport is required by the applicable operating rules, the
alternate must be served by an approach based on a navigation aid
other than GPS. The navigation aid must be operational and the
airplane must have operational equipment capable of using that
navigation aid.

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IFR non-precision approach approval is limited to published


approaches within the Brazilian airspace. Approaches to airports in
other airspace are not approved unless authorized by the
appropriate governing authority.

During oceanic, enroute and terminal area operation with DGR or


DR annunciated on the PFD, the flight crew must verify the FMS
position using VOR/DME raw data or other appropriate means.

The airplane must have other navigation equipment installed and


operating, appropriate to the route of flight.

IFR enroute and terminal navigation is prohibited unless the pilot


verifies the currency of the data base or verifies each selected
waypoint for accuracy by reference to current approved data.

Operation above 72 30.0' north latitude and below 59 30.0' south


latitude is prohibited due to unreliable magnetic heading, unless an
Inertial Reference System (IRS) is installed and operating as a
sensor to the FMS.

The fuel flow and fuel used presented on the FMS are
supplementary information only. The flight crew must use fuel
information primarily from the MFD and EICAS display.

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EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


All FMZ Action/Malfunction Messages are described in the Honeywell
Flight Management System (FMS) Pilot's Operating Manual,
Honeywell Publication Number A28-1146-133-00, February 1999
edition (or later revision of the manual) for the software version NZ5.2.
The airplane abnormal operating procedures are the same as those in
the basic FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual except as follows:

FMS NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE DEGRADED


Verify airplane position by using VOR/DME information (enroute and
terminal operations) or other sources as appropriate (oceanic).
If conducting an instrument approach, discontinue use of FMS for
approach guidance and select an alternate source of navigation, if
available.
In case of one FMS (single FMS) or both FMS (dual FMS) entering in
Dead Reckoning Mode:
EGPWS TERRAIN SYS OVRD Button.................... PRESS
The Terrain Awareness Alerting and Display functions on MFD will
be inhibited. This will not affect the basic GPWS functions (modes 1
to 7).
If the FMS is restored after a period of inadequacy:
EGPWS TERRAIN SYS OVRD Button .............. PRESS
The Terrain Awareness will be enabled.

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NOTE: The DEGRADE annunciator indicates that the FMS cannot


guarantee that the accuracy of the system meets the
requirements for the current phase of flight. Except in the case
of conducting an instrument approach procedure, the FMS
may still be accurate and may be used for navigation, provided
the crew can confirm the position through other means, such
as cross checking the VOR/DME raw data.

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FMS IN DEAD RECKONING MODE


During periods of dead reckoning, refer to FMS NAVIGATION
PERFORMANCE DEGRADED Procedure.
NOTE: The FMS will continue to provide the best estimate of the
airplane position based on airspeed and heading inputs, but it
cannot guarantee the required accuracy for any of the flight
phases. The pilot should cross check position with other
navaids, station overfly or visually.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
The airplane normal operating procedures are the same as those in
the basic AFM except as follows:

BEFORE START
FMS .............................................................................. SET

HOLDING
If a Holding Pattern entering is necessary:
FMS ......................................................................... AS REQUIRED
The pilot must check the entry type and turn direction of holding
pattern before entering it. For entry types other than the direct
one, the pilot must activate the procedure holding pattern as
soon as the approach procedure is retrieved from the navigation
data base.

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NOTE: The FMS normal operating procedures are contained in the


Honeywell Flight Management System (FMS) Pilot's
Operating Manual, Honeywell Publication Number
A28-1146-133-00, February 1999 edition (or later revision
of the manual) for the software version NZ5.2.

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FMS SOURCE SELECTION


Flight Plan ..................................................................... SELECT OR
CREATE
FMS Source .................................................................. SELECT
The FMS can be selected as the navigation source through the
FMS Selector Button located on the Display Control Panel.
FMS Label..................................................................... CHECK
The FMS label appears on the associated PFD and MFD.
On PFD and MFD the FMS label will be always magenta.
For FMS coupling to the Autopilot/Flight Director:
NAV Mode (flight guidance controller) ..................... SELECT
The FMS will be coupled to the Autopilot/Flight Director when is
selected and valid at the on side EHSI and crew selects the
NAV mode on the associated Flight Guidance Controller. Once
coupled the autopilot will follow the preselected flight plan on the
FMS.

APPROACH
The FMS GPS, NDB, RNAV, VOR, VOR/DME and VFR approaches
may be linked into the flight plan and laterally coupled to the
Autopilot/Flight Director.

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ILS approaches can be retrieved from the navigation data base and
linked to the flight plan, but cannot be armed or activated as FMS
approaches. The FMS can be used to provide navigation up to the
final approach course at the point that the PFD must be changed to
display raw ILS data.

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TRANSITION FROM FMS TO AUTOPILOT ILS APPROACH


ILS Frequency .............................................................. SELECT AS
REQUIRED
Radio Altitude ............................................................... SELECT AS
REQUIRED
HDG Mode (flight guidance controller) ......................... SELECT
Before selection, set the desired interception course on heading
bug.
Navigation Source ........................................................ SELECT
Select the NAV source on the Display Control Panel (LOC course
selected on the PFD).
Autopilot/Flight Director ................................................ AS REQUIRED
When cleared for approach:
APR Mode (flight guidance controller)..................... SELECT
ARC DME APPROACH USING FMS

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Pilot Not-Flying ............................................................. CHECK DME


During Arc DME approach using FMS the pilot not-flying must
check DME raw data.

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MISSED APPROACH
Go Around Button ......................................................... PRESS
Thrust Levers ................................................................ MAX
Verify that airplane rotates to 10 nose up wings level (Pitch Mode)
and changes to Speed Hold Mode after 20 seconds.
Flaps ............................................................................. 9
With positive rate of climb:
Landing Gear ........................................................... UP
Airspeed................................................................... APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
OR ABOVE
NAV Mode (flight guidance controller) .......................... SELECT
Reselecting the NAV mode the airplane will regain the lateral
guidance from the FMS to fly the missed approach legs to the
missed holding point and to enter holding, as required.

LATERAL DEVIATION SCALE


When the FMS is selected as the navigation source the cross track
deviation scale and pointer, if valid, will be displayed. The lateral
deviation values are the following:
DEVIATION

ENROUTE
(NM)

TERMINAL
(NM)

APPROACH
(NM)

1 dot

2.5

0.5

0.15

2 dots

5.0

1.0

0.30

PERFORMANCE

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Performance Data presented in the basic AFM remain unchanged.

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CAT II OPERATION

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ................ OCT 23, 2002
REVISION ......................1 ................ DEC 11, 2002
REVISION ......................2 ................Not Applicable
REVISION ......................3 ................AUG 27, 2004
REVISION .................. 4 to 5 .............Not Applicable
REVISION ......................6 .................FEB 09, 2007
REVISION .................. 7 to 8 .............Not Applicable
REVISION ......................9 .................FEB 21, 2011

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL....................................................................................S4-1
CAT II CHECKLIST LOGIC ....................................................S4-1
CAT II WARNINGS.................................................................S4-2
LIMITATIONS ..............................................................................S4-5
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT REQUIRED.....................................S4-5
AUTOPILOT SYSTEM ...........................................................S4-6
APPROACH AND LANDING FLAPS .....................................S4-6
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .....................S4-7
ALTITUDE LOSS....................................................................S4-7
ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .................................................S4-8
AUTOPILOT MALFUNCTION ................................................S4-9
ABNORMALITIES ..................................................................S4-10
NORMAL PROCEDURES...........................................................S4-11
AUTOPILOT COUPLED CAT II APPROACH ........................S4-11
FLIGHT DIRECTOR CAT II APPROACH ..............................S4-12
MISSED APPROACH.............................................................S4-13
LANDING................................................................................S4-13
PERFORMANCE.........................................................................S4-14
GENERAL ..............................................................................S4-14

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GENERAL
CAT II CHECKLIST LOGIC
The Primus-1000 integrated Avionics has a CAT ll Checklist Logic
which is automatically activated whenever the decision height is
selected between 80 and 200 feet through the RA knob on the Display
Control Panels. The correct setting is indicated by a green CAT 2
annunciator and the incorrect setting is indicated by an amber CAT 2
annunciator. The CAT 2 annunciator is displayed on the top right side
on each PFD.
NOTE:

Although the radio altitude setting may be adjusted down to


80 ft, if requested by an ILS Cat II Approved Chart, the
Decision Height (DH) is limited to 100 ft above ground level.

CAT II CONDITIONS OF OPERATION


To obtain a green CAT 2 annunciator the following conditions must be
met:

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Radio altitude between 2500 and 80 ft.


Flaps 22.
NAV 1 on pilot's side and NAV 2 on copilot's side, both NAVs
tuned to the same frequency.
An active approach mode selected.
Both Flight Directors operational (command bars visible).
Attitude and Heading valid on both PFDs.
Glide slope and Localizer deviation valid on both PFDs.
No reversions (IRS, ADC, SG) modes selected on both PFDs.
Valid Airspeed and Baro Altitude on both PFDs.
No comparison monitors are tripped (Attitude, Heading, Airspeed,
Baro Altitude, Localizer, Glide slope and Radio altitude) on both
PFDs.
Autopilot engaged or manual approach using Flight Director for
guidance.
No back course selected.
CAT II Decision Height setting on both Display Control Panels
(greater than 80 feet and less than 200 ft).

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If one of these conditions is not met, the CAT 2 annunciator will not
appear.
If the green CAT 2 annunciation is displayed and one of the above
conditions is lost, the annunciation will turn amber and will flash for
10 seconds.

CAT II WARNINGS
LOCALIZER,
GLIDE
SLOPE
AND
RADIO
ALTITUDE
COMPARATORS WARNINGS
A comparison between the localizer, glide slope and radio altitude
deviation indications is performed when the following conditions are
met:
On-side radio altitude valid and between 1200 and 80 ft.
APR mode selected on Flight Guidance Controller.
Autopilot engaged or manual approach using Flight Director for
guidance.
Flaps 22.
CAT II Decision Height setting on both Display Control Panels.
On-side RMU with VOR/LOC active course valid.
Cross-side data valid.
Go-around not selected on either side.
No back course selected.
For localizer, the following additional condition is required:
Both LOC signals tuned and valid for at least 15 seconds.
If LOC indications differ by values above approximately 1/2 dot, an
amber LOC annunciator will appear flashing (for 10 seconds) then
steady on the left side of the PFDs between EADI and EHSI.
For glide slope, the following additional condition is required:
Both glide slope signals valid and both LOC signals tuned and valid
for at least 15 seconds.

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If GS indications differ by values above approximately 2/3 dot, an


amber GS annunciator will appear flashing (for 10 seconds) then
steady on the left side of the PFDs between EADI and EHSI.

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CAT II OPERATION

For radio altitude, the following additional condition is required:


Both radio altimeters signals valid and on scale.
If radio altimeters indications differ more than 10 ft approximately, an
amber RA annunciator will appear flashing (for 10 seconds) then
steady on the left side of the PFDs between EADI and EHSI.
NOTE: - For airplanes equipped with single radio altimeter the radio
altitude comparison is made between both displayed RA
values.
- If the radio altimeter is off scale, its value is set to maximum
for comparison purposes.
EXCESSIVE
WARNINGS

LOCALIZER

AND

GLIDE

SLOPE

DEVIATIONS

The on-side localizer and glide slope excessive deviations are


compared to the CAT II limits and displayed when the following
conditions are met:

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APR mode selected on both Flight Guidance Controller.


Autopilot engaged or manual approach using Flight Director for
guidance.
Flaps 22.
CAT II Decision Height setting on Display Control Panels.
VOR/LOC is the active course from the on-side RMU.
On-side radio altitude between 500 and 80 ft.
On-side localizer tuned and valid.
On-side glide slope valid.
No back course selected.
Go-around not selected on either side.

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Localizer excessive deviation:


If a localizer deviation greater than approximately 1/3 dot is
detected, the EHSI lateral deviation bar on the PFDs EHSI will
change from green to amber, the lateral deviation scale will change
from white to amber, and flash.
NOTE: The on-side excessive deviation warning is also displayed
when the cross-side system has detected an excessive
deviation.
Glide slope excessive deviation:
If a glide slope deviation greater than approximately one dot is
detected, the GS pointer on the PFDs EADI will change from
green to amber, the GS scale will change from white to amber, and
flash.

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NOTE: The on-side excessive deviation warning is also displayed


when the cross-side system has detected an excessive
deviation.

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SUPPLEMENT 4
CAT II OPERATION

LIMITATIONS
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
The performance of CAT II approaches requires that the following
equipment and instruments be in proper operating conditions:
2 Inertial Reference Systems;
1 Yaw Damper System;
2 Flight Director Systems;
2 Primary Flight Displays (PFD);
Windshield Wipers or FX-302 Rain Repellent Coating application;
2 VHF/NAV Systems;
1 VHF/COMM System;
Both Engines;
Cat II Checklist Logic;
1 Electrical Trim System;
1 Radio Altimeter;
1 Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS);
1 Aural Warning Unit (AWU) Channel;
2 Air Data Systems (ADS);
1 Standby Attitude Indicator;
1 Standby Airspeed Indicator;
1 Standby Altimeter.

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NOTE: CAT II operation with Autopilot engaged is to be performed


by the pilot who has the Flight Director coupled to the
Autopilot.

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AUTOPILOT SYSTEM
Minimum Decision Height (DH)..................................... 100 ft
NOTE: Although the radio altitude setting may be adjusted down to
80 ft, if requested by an ILS CAT II Approved Chart, the
Decision Height (DH) is limited to 100 ft above ground level.
Minimum Use Height (MUH) ......................................... 50 ft
Runway Visual Range (RVR)........................................ 365 m (1200 ft)
Maximum Tailwind ........................................................ 10 kt
Maximum Crosswind..................................................... 25 kt
NOTE: Coupled go-around height loss may be 40 ft.

APPROACH AND LANDING FLAPS

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CAT II approach and landing must be performed with flaps 22.

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EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


ALTITUDE LOSS
The demonstrated altitude loss due to a pitch down hardover during
flight test is presented in the graph below.
Recovery initiated 1 second after recognition:
120
3 GLIDE SLOPE

100

FAILURE OCCURS

FAILURE RECOGNIZED

ALTITUDE - ft

80

RECOVERY INITIATED

60

40

SLOPE 1/29

20

0
-300

RUNWAY
-200
-100
THRESHOLD

100

200

300

400

500

600

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HORIZONTAL DISTANCE - m

NOTE: The maximum demonstrated altitude loss due to autopilot


malfunction is 30 ft.
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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
HARDOVER
If any unusual acceleration or motion is noticed on the airplane flight
path the approach must be discontinued and:
Autopilot ................................................................... DISENGAGE
MISSED APPROACH Procedure ............................ PERFORM AS
REQUIRED
Perform a normal missed approach procedure, unless the
approach is continued under VMC and in visual contact with the
runway so that the airplane position and attitude assure a safe
landing. The possibility of continuing the approach using the flight
director for guidance may also be considered.
SLOWOVER
The Slowover consists in a smooth and slow airplane attitude change
due to an autopilot system malfunction.
If a Slowover tendency is confirmed:
Autopilot ................................................................... DISENGAGE
MISSED APPROACH Procedure ............................ PERFORM AS
REQUIRED

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Perform a normal missed approach procedure, unless the


approach is continued under VMC and in visual contact with the
runway so that the airplane position and attitude assure a safe
landing. The possibility of continuing the approach using the flight
director for guidance may also be considered.

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CAT II OPERATION

ENGINE FAILURE ON FINAL APPROACH OR DURING


GO-AROUND
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE
GO-AROUND Procedure......................................... ACCOMPLISH

AUTOPILOT MALFUNCTION
BEFORE REACHING OUTER MARKER
If the autopilot disengages or has to be disengaged, transfer autopilot
and reengage it. The pilot on-side of the engaged autopilot may
continue the approach. Check no failure light illuminated on the PFD
and no EICAS message related to the autopilot system.
If the autopilot disengages again:
MISSED APPROACH Procedure............................ PERFORM AS
REQUIRED
Perform a normal missed approach procedure, unless the
approach is continued under VMC and in visual contact with the
runway so that the airplane position and attitude assure a safe
landing. The possibility of continuing the approach using the flight
director for guidance may also be considered.
AFTER REACHING OUTER MARKER
If the autopilot disengages or has to be disengaged, do not reengage
the autopilot.
MISSED APPROACH Procedure............................ PERFORM AS
REQUIRED

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Perform a normal missed approach procedure, unless the


approach is continued under VMC and in visual contact with the
runway so that the airplane position and attitude assure a safe
landing. The possibility of continuing the approach using the flight
director for guidance may also be considered.

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DISPLAY WARNINGS DURING FINAL APPROACH


Discontinue the approach if any of the following warnings occur:
CAT 2 (not displayed or amber)
RAD ALT FAIL (cyan)
RA (red or amber)
GS (red or amber)
LOC (red or amber)
ILS (amber)
ATT FAIL (red)
ATT (amber)
PIT (amber)
ROL (amber)
HDG FAIL (red)
HDG (amber)
FD (red)
Perform a normal MISSED APPROACH Procedure, unless the
approach is continued under VMC and in visual contact with the
runway so that the airplane position and attitude assure a safe landing.
EXCESSIVE DEVIATION WARNING
If warning occurs above 200 ft Radio Altitude:
Monitor the ILS deviation to ensure that the airplane returns to the
center beam. If not recovered up to 200 ft radio altitude:
Discontinue the approach.
If warning occurs below 200 ft Radio Altitude:
Discontinue the approach.
In both cases, perform a normal MISSED APPROACH Procedure,
unless the approach is continued under VMC and in visual contact
with the runway so that the airplane position and attitude assure a safe
landing.

The following abnormalities are deviation from CAT ll normal range


and must be called out:
Excessive LOC or GS deviations.
Airspeed 10 kt higher or 5 kt lower than the Landing Reference
Speed (VREF 22).
Roll angle in excess of 15.
Pitch angle below - 5 or above 5.
Rate of descent in excess of 1200 ft/min.

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ABNORMALITIES

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CAT II OPERATION

NORMAL PROCEDURES
AUTOPILOT COUPLED CAT II APPROACH
BEFORE INTERCEPTING LOCALIZER COURSE
Perform the Descent/Approach/Before Landing checklists, as
appropriate.
Perform the Radio Altimeter test.
Set the CAT II Decision Height on both Display Control Panels.
Check radio altimeter information on both PFD.
Select the same ILS frequency on both RMU.
NOTE: - After test, if Radio Altimeter is checked not functioning
properly the CAT ll approach must discontinued.
- A minimum distance of 4 NM to the Outer Marker is
recommended for interception and stabilization along the
approach course.

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BEFORE INTERCEPTING THE GLIDE SLOPE


Monito radio altimeter information.
Lower landing gear (one dot below GS interception) and set flaps to
22.
Set the Landing Reference Speed (VREF 22) on AP bug (green bug).
Stabilize and maintain VREF 22 + 5 KIAS.
Set approach climb speed on SPD reference speed bug (cyan
bug).
Be sure that Marker Beacon audio is on.

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

AFTER PASSING THE OUTER MARKER INBOUND


The pilot flying should maintain the Landing Reference Speed
(VREF 22).
Both pilots must monitor the progress of the approach on their
displays down to approximately 200 ft above the decision height. At
this point the pilot not flying looks out for external visual references
while the pilot flying continues to monitor his displays down to the
decision height.
At 80 ft above the decision height setting the EGPWS will call out
"APPROACHING MINIMUM".
At the decision height setting the EGPWS will call out "MINIMUM",
and the pilot not flying will call out "LANDING" or "GO AROUND",
as appropriate.
If visual contact is not made upon reaching the decision height or if
any malfunction could not be promptly identified during approach, a
missed approach must be immediately initiated.
NOTE: The Landing Reference Speed used for ILS CAT ll approaches
is the VREF 22 speed presented in the Landing Climb and
Reference Speeds (Flaps 22) chart of the applicable engine
Supplement.

FLIGHT DIRECTOR CAT II APPROACH

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The procedures for Flight Director CAT II Approach are the same as
those for Autopilot Coupled CAT II Approach except that the approach
is performed manually following the Flight Director indications.

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MISSED APPROACH
GO-AROUND Procedure.............................................. ACCOMPLISH

LANDING
Reaching the Decision Height with runway in sight:

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Airspeed................................................................... VREF 22
Autopilot................................................................... DISENGAGE
Landing .................................................................... PERFORM

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE
GENERAL
The performance data used in CAT ll operations not presented in this
Supplement are presented in the applicable engine Supplement.
CAT II PERFORMANCE CONFIGURATION
FLAPS GEAR AIRSPEED

APPROACH
CLIMB

MAX T/O

UP

APPROACH
CLIMB
SPEED

LANDING
CLIMB

MAX T/O

22

DOWN

VREF 22

LANDING

IDLE

22

DOWN

VREF 22

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL................................................................................... S5-1
LIMITATIONS ............................................................................. S5-2
APPLICABILITY .................................................................... S5-2
POWER PLANT .................................................................... S5-2
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ...................... S5-5
ENGINE FPMU NOT DISPATCHABLE ................................ S5-5
NORMAL PROCEDURES .......................................................... S5-5
PERFORMANCE........................................................................ S5-5
GENERAL.............................................................................. S5-5
ENGINE DATA ........................................................................... S5-6
THRUST SETTING TABLES................................................. S5-6
TAKEOFF ................................................................................... S5-37
INTRODUCTION ................................................................... S5-37
TAKEOFF PROCEDURES.................................................... S5-37
PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINATION OF TAKEOFF
WEIGHT - ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE............................ S5-38
TAKEOFF CLIMB ....................................................................... S5-41
MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT CLIMB LIMITED CHARTS ............................................... S5-42
TAKEOFF FIELD LENGTHS ...................................................... S5-49
MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT FIELD LENGTH LIMITED CHARTS................................. S5-49
BRAKE ENERGY ....................................................................... S5-63
MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT BRAKE ENERGY LIMITED CHARTS .............................. S5-63
NET TAKEOFF FLIGHT PATH .................................................. S5-71
TAKEOFF NET FLIGHT PATH - REFERENCE GRADIENT ..... S5-73
OBSTACLE CLEARANCE REFERENCE GRADIENT CHARTS................................ S5-73
TAKEOFF NET FLIGHT PATH - OBSTACLE CLEARANCE..... S5-87
OBSTACLE CLEARANCE CHARTS.......................................... S5-88
MAXIMUM LEVEL OFF HEIGHT CHART.................................. S5-93
TAKEOFF NET FLIGHT PATH - THIRD SEGMENT ................. S5-95
THIRD SEGMENT HORIZONTAL DISTANCE CHART........ S5-96
TAKEOFF NET FLIGHT PATH - FINAL SEGMENT .................. S5-99
FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB CHART ...... S5-99
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-vi

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REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

TAKEOFF SPEEDS.................................................................... S5-103


TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V1, VR AND V2 CHARTS .................... S5-104
GROUND MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED - VMCG CHART, AIR
MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED - VMCA CHART AND
MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED DURING LANDING
AND APPROACH VMCL .................................................. S5-115
FINAL SEGMENT SPEED - VFS CHART............................... S5-119
ENROUTE................................................................................... S5-121
INTRODUCTION ................................................................... S5-121
ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - ONE ENGINE
INOPERATIVE.................................................................. S5-121
ENROUTE CLIMB SPEED .................................................... S5-126
ENROUTE CLIMB WEIGHTS
FOR POSITIVE NET GRADIENT..................................... S5-128
APPROACH AND LANDING ...................................................... S5-131
INTRODUCTION ................................................................... S5-131
PROCEDURES...................................................................... S5-131
APPROACH AND LANDING CLIMB GRADIENTS .................... S5-132
APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT ........................................... S5-132
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT ............................................... S5-132
APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT CHARTS AND
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT CHARTS .......................... S5-133
APPROACH AND LANDING CLIMB .......................................... S5-147
MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - APPROACH CLIMB
LIMITED CHARTS AND LANDING CLIMB LIMITED
CHART.............................................................................. S5-148
APPROACH CLIMB SPEED CHARTS AND LANDING CLIMB
AND REFERENCE SPEED CHARTS.............................. S5-153
LANDING FIELD LENGTHS....................................................... S5-159
MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH
LIMITED CHARTS............................................................ S5-161
TIRE SPEED............................................................................... S5-170
MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - TIRE SPEED LIMITED ..... S5-170
QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT ............................................. S5-179
QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT CHART ........................... S5-180

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

GENERAL
This Supplement is provided to present the data required for operation
with AE3007A1E engines.
All information presented herein complement the data presented in the
basic AFM.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

For limitations, procedures and performance information not contained


in this Supplement, refer to the basic AFM.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-1

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY
Applicable only to Legacy 600 airplanes.

POWER PLANT
ENGINES
Two Rolls-Royce AE3007A1E.
OPERATIONAL LIMITS (ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E)
PARAMETER
N1
N2
ITT:
START

ALL TAKEOFF MODES

MAX CONTINUOUS
OIL PRESSURE:
BELOW 88% N2

MIN

MAX

100.0%
103.7% (11)
800C (10)
992C (1)
970C (2)
935C
95 psi (4)(7)
110 psi (4)(8)
95 psi (7)
110 psi (8)
126C
1.8 IPS (6)
1.1 IPS (6)

34 psi

AT OR ABOVE 88% N2 48 psi (3)


OIL TEMPERATURE
VIBRATION:
LP SPOOL
HP SPOOL

21C (5)
-

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

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REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: 1) Temperatures between 971C and 992C are time limited to


90 seconds.
2) Time limited to 5 minutes (including the transient allowance).
3) While this is an abnormal condition, operation between 48
and 34 psi is permitted during takeoff and go-around
phases.

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


4) May be exceeded during starts if oil temperature is below
21C. The engine must remain at IDLE until the oil pressure
is less than 95 psi (110 psi for airplanes Post-Mod.
SB 145LEG-73-0004 or equipped with an equivalent
modification factory incorporated).
5) Minimum oil temperature for starting is -40C for lubrication
oil specified by MIL-L-23699D and -54C for lubrication oil
specified by MIL-L-7808K.
6) Vibration in the amber range below 2.5 IPS is time limited to
5 minutes during the takeoff or go-around phases or
10 seconds during the remainder flight phases.
7) Operation in oil pressure amber range between 96 and
115 psi is permitted in all operational modes and time limited
to 5 minutes or between 116 and 155 psi in all operational
modes time limited to 2 minutes. Total time above 95 psi
may not exceed 5 minutes.
8) For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-73-0004 or equipped
with an equivalent modification factory incorporated the
upper limit of the oil pressure green range is 110 psi.
Operation in oil pressure amber range is permitted between
111 and 115 psi in all operational modes time limited to
5 minutes, or between 116 and 155 psi in all operational
modes time limited to 2 minutes. Total time above 110 psi
may not exceed 5 minutes.
9) Any engine exceedance or peak must be monitored and
logged by the crew.
10) During start the ITT limit of 800C may be exceeded for up
to 5 seconds to a maximum temperature of 850C.
11) For airplanes Post-Mod. SB 145LEG-73-0006 or equipped
with an equivalent modification factory incorporated, the N2
limit is 105.0%.
TAKEOFF THRUST MODE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Only ALT T/O-1, T/O and E T/O modes are allowed for takeoff.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-3

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-4

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


ENGINE FPMU NOT DISPATCHABLE
EICAS CAUTION: E1 (2) FPMU NO DISP
Do not Takeoff.
Report to the maintenance personnel.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
The Normal procedures presented in the basic AFM remain
unchanged.

PERFORMANCE
GENERAL
The configurations referred in the charts are shown below.
Performance conditions not shown below are on the appropriate
charts.
OPERATING
ENGINES

FLAPS

GEAR

AIRSPEED

DOWN

0 TO V2

2 until VEF,
1 after VEF

THRUST SET

1ST
SEGMENT

MAX

DOWN
TO UP

VLOF TO V2

2ND
SEGMENT

MAX

UP

V2

UP

V2 TO
FINAL
SEGMENT
SPEED

TAKEOFF

3RD
SEGMENT

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

THRUST

or MAX

MAX

9 TO UP

The performance data presented in this Supplement complement the


performance data presented in the AFM Section 5.
These data are valid for ALT T/O-1, T/O and E T/O modes.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-5

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE DATA
The engine power readings used to obtain the installed engine power
on which the airplane certified performance in this manual is based are
shown in the Takeoff, Go-Around, Maximum Continuous and Flight
Idle Thrust tables.

THRUST SETTING TABLES


Settings are shown for various pressure altitudes and Static Air
Temperatures, with engine bleed closed or open, and anti-ice on or
off. Takeoff, Go-Around and Maximum Continuous tables are
presented in two sets: one for anti-ice off and other for anti-ice on.
Flight Idle table is presented only for anti-ice on.
USE
Enter the chart with the Static Air Temperature and Pressure Altitude
to read the N1 setting.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Static air temperature .............................................. 30C
Pressure altitude ...................................................... 8000 ft
Airspeed................................................................... 100 KCAS
Anti-ice ..................................................................... OFF
Determine:

S5-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

N1 For Go- Around .................................................. 93.1%

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR ALT T/O-1 MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)
-54 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

72.3
72.9
73.7
74.6
75.6
76.6
77.5
78.0
78.5
78.9
79.3
79.7
80.1
80.5
80.9
81.4
81.9
82.6

72.9
73.5
74.4
75.3
76.2
77.2
78.3
78.7
79.2
79.6
80.1
80.5
80.8
81.2
81.7
82.1
82.6
83.3

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

73.7
74.3
75.2
76.1
77.1
78.1
79.1
79.6
80.1
80.5
80.9
81.4
81.7
82.1
82.6
83.1
83.6
84.3

74.6
75.1
76.1
77.0
77.9
79.0
80.0
80.5
81.0
81.4
81.8
82.2
82.6
83.0
83.5
84.0
84.5
85.2

75.3
75.9
76.9
77.8
78.8
79.8
80.8
81.3
81.8
82.2
82.7
83.1
83.5
83.9
84.4
84.9
85.4
86.1

76.1
76.7
77.7
78.6
79.6
80.6
81.7
82.2
82.7
83.1
83.6
84.0
84.4
84.8
85.2
85.7
86.3
87.0

76.9
77.5
78.5
79.4
80.4
81.5
82.5
83.0
83.5
84.0
84.4
84.8
85.3
85.7
86.1
86.6
87.1
87.9

77.7
78.3
79.2
80.2
81.2
82.3
83.4
83.9
84.4
84.8
85.3
85.7
86.1
86.5
87.0
87.5
88.0
88.8

78.4
79.1
80.0
81.0
82.0
83.1
84.2
84.7
85.2
85.6
86.1
86.5
87.0
87.4
87.8
88.3
88.9
89.6

79.2
79.8
80.8
81.8
82.8
83.9
85.0
85.5
86.0
86.5
86.9
87.4
87.8
88.2
88.7
89.2
89.7
90.5

-5
79.9
80.6
81.6
82.5
83.6
84.7
85.8
86.3
86.8
87.3
87.8
88.2
88.6
89.0
89.5
90.0
90.6
91.4

S5-7

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR ALT T/O-1 MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-8

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

80.7
81.3
82.3
83.3
84.3
85.5
86.6
87.1
87.6
88.1
88.6
89.0
89.4
89.9
90.4
90.9
91.4
92.2

81.4
82.1
83.1
84.1
85.1
86.2
87.4
87.9
88.4
88.9
89.4
89.8
90.3
90.7
91.2
91.7
92.2
92.5

82.2
82.8
83.8
84.8
85.9
87.0
88.2
88.7
89.2
89.7
90.2
90.6
91.1
91.5
91.8
92.0
92.1
91.5

82.9
83.5
84.5
85.6
86.6
87.8
88.9
89.5
90.0
90.5
91.0
91.4
91.5
91.5
91.1
91.1
91.0
90.8

83.6
84.3
85.3
86.3
87.4
88.5
89.7
90.2
90.8
91.0
91.2
91.3
90.6
90.5
90.5
90.4
90.3
90.1

84.3
85.0
86.0
87.0
88.1
89.3
90.3
90.6
90.8
90.3
90.2
90.1
90.0
89.9
89.8
89.7
89.5
89.6

85.0
85.7
86.7
87.8
88.9
89.8
90.2
89.7
89.7
89.6
89.5
89.4
89.3
89.2
89.1
89.3
-

85.7
86.4
87.4
88.5
89.2
89.1
89.1
89.1
89.0
88.9
88.8
88.6
88.8
89.0
-

86.4
87.1
88.1
88.6
88.4
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.3
88.3
88.5
-

87.1
87.7
88.1
87.7
87.8
87.8
87.9
88.0
88.2
-

87.3
87.5
86.9
87.1
87.3
87.6
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR ALT T/O-1 MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)
-50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

74.0
74.6
75.5
76.4
77.3
78.4
79.4
79.8
80.3
80.8
81.2
81.6
82.0
82.3
82.8
83.3
83.7
84.5

74.9
75.5
76.4
77.3
78.2
79.2
80.3
80.7
81.2
81.7
82.1
82.5
82.9
83.3
83.7
84.2
84.7
85.4

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

75.7
76.3
77.2
78.1
79.1
80.1
81.1
81.6
82.1
82.5
83.0
83.4
83.8
84.2
84.6
85.1
85.6
86.3

76.5
77.1
78.0
78.9
79.9
80.9
82.0
82.5
83.0
83.4
83.8
84.3
84.7
85.1
85.5
86.0
86.5
87.3

77.3
77.9
78.8
79.7
80.7
81.8
82.9
83.3
83.8
84.3
84.7
85.2
85.6
86.0
86.4
86.9
87.4
88.2

78.1
78.7
79.6
80.6
81.6
82.6
83.7
84.2
84.7
85.2
85.6
86.0
86.4
86.8
87.3
87.8
88.3
89.1

78.9
79.5
80.4
81.4
82.4
83.5
84.5
85.0
85.5
86.0
86.5
86.9
87.3
87.7
88.2
88.7
89.2
90.0

79.6
80.3
81.2
82.2
83.2
84.3
85.4
85.9
86.4
86.9
87.3
87.7
88.2
88.6
89.0
89.6
90.1
90.8

80.4
81.0
82.0
83.0
84.0
85.1
86.2
86.7
87.2
87.7
88.1
88.6
89.0
89.4
89.9
90.4
90.9
91.7

-5

10

81.2
81.8
82.8
83.8
84.8
85.9
87.0
87.5
88.0
88.5
89.0
89.4
89.8
90.3
90.7
91.3
91.3
91.3

80.7
81.3
82.3
83.3
84.3
85.5
86.6
87.1
87.6
88.1
88.6
89.0
89.4
89.9
89.8
89.6
89.4
89.4

81.4
82.1
83.1
84.1
85.1
86.2
87.4
87.9
88.4
88.9
89.4
89.8
89.7
89.3
89.0
88.9
88.7
88.7

82.2
82.8
83.8
84.8
85.9
87.0
88.1
88.7
89.2
89.4
89.3
89.2
88.8
88.5
88.3
88.2
88.1
88.0

S5-9

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR T/O MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-10

74.8
75.5
76.5
77.5
78.5
79.5
80.4
80.9
81.4
82.0
82.5
83.1
83.2
83.3
83.5
84.0
84.6
84.6

75.5
76.1
77.2
78.2
79.2
80.2
81.1
81.7
82.2
82.7
83.3
83.9
83.9
84.0
84.3
84.8
85.3
85.3

76.4
77.0
78.0
79.1
80.1
81.1
82.0
82.6
83.1
83.6
84.2
84.8
84.9
84.9
85.2
85.8
86.3
86.3

77.2
77.8
78.9
80.0
81.0
82.0
82.9
83.5
84.0
84.6
85.1
85.7
85.8
85.9
86.2
86.7
87.2
87.2

78.0
78.7
79.7
80.8
81.8
82.8
83.8
84.4
84.9
85.5
86.0
86.6
86.7
86.8
87.1
87.6
88.2
88.2

78.8
79.5
80.6
81.7
82.7
83.7
84.7
85.2
85.8
86.3
86.9
87.5
87.6
87.7
88.0
88.5
89.1
89.1

79.6
80.3
81.4
82.5
83.5
84.6
85.6
86.1
86.7
87.2
87.8
88.4
88.5
88.6
88.9
89.4
90.0
90.0

80.4
81.1
82.2
83.3
84.4
85.4
86.4
87.0
87.5
88.1
88.7
89.3
89.4
89.5
89.8
90.3
90.9
90.9

81.2
81.9
83.0
84.1
85.2
86.2
87.3
87.8
88.4
89.0
89.6
90.2
90.3
90.4
90.7
91.2
91.8
91.8

82.0
82.7
83.8
84.9
86.0
87.1
88.1
88.7
89.2
89.8
90.4
91.1
91.1
91.2
91.5
92.1
92.7
92.7

-5
82.8
83.5
84.6
85.7
86.8
87.9
88.9
89.5
90.1
90.7
91.3
91.9
92.0
92.1
92.4
93.0
93.5
93.5

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-54 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR T/O MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

83.6
84.2
85.4
86.5
87.6
88.7
89.8
90.3
90.9
91.5
92.2
92.8
92.9
92.9
93.3
93.8
94.4
94.1

84.3
85.0
86.2
87.3
88.4
89.5
90.6
91.2
91.7
92.4
93.0
93.6
93.7
93.8
94.1
94.7
95.2
94.1

85.1
85.8
86.9
88.1
89.2
90.3
91.4
92.0
92.6
93.2
93.8
94.5
94.5
94.6
94.7
94.9
95.1
92.7

85.8
86.5
87.7
88.9
90.0
91.1
92.2
92.8
93.4
94.0
94.6
94.5
94.5
94.6
94.5
93.4
93.2
91.7

86.6
87.3
88.4
89.7
90.8
91.9
93.0
93.6
94.2
94.5
94.9
93.2
93.0
92.8
92.6
92.5
92.4
90.9

87.3
88.0
89.2
90.4
91.6
92.7
93.8
94.0
94.2
94.4
93.7
92.2
92.1
92.0
91.9
91.7
91.5
90.3

88.0
88.8
90.0
91.2
92.3
93.2
93.7
93.2
93.2
93.1
92.9
91.5
91.4
91.3
91.3
91.4
-

88.8
89.5
90.7
91.9
92.7
93.1
92.7
92.6
92.4
92.3
92.2
90.9
91.0
91.2
-

89.5
90.2
91.4
92.0
91.8
91.8
91.9
91.7
91.6
91.6
91.8
-

90.2
90.9
91.4
91.0
91.0
91.0
91.0
91.2
91.4
-

90.3
90.8
90.1
90.1
90.4
90.7
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-11

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR T/O MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10


-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-12

76.6
77.3
78.3
79.3
80.3
81.3
82.3
82.8
83.3
83.8
84.4
85.0
85.0
85.1
85.4
85.9
86.4
86.5

77.5
78.1
79.2
80.2
81.2
82.2
83.2
83.7
84.2
84.8
85.3
85.9
86.0
86.1
86.4
86.9
87.4
87.4

78.3
79.0
80.0
81.1
82.1
83.1
84.1
84.6
85.1
85.7
86.3
86.9
86.9
87.0
87.3
87.8
88.4
88.4

79.2
79.8
80.9
82.0
83.0
84.0
85.0
85.5
86.0
86.6
87.2
87.8
87.9
87.9
88.2
88.8
89.3
89.3

80.0
80.6
81.7
82.8
83.9
84.9
85.9
86.4
86.9
87.5
88.1
88.7
88.8
88.9
89.2
89.7
90.2
90.1

80.8
81.5
82.6
83.7
84.7
85.7
86.7
87.3
87.8
88.4
89.0
89.6
89.7
89.8
90.1
90.5
90.2
89.7

81.6
82.3
83.4
84.5
85.6
86.6
87.6
88.2
88.7
89.3
89.9
90.5
90.6
90.7
90.5
90.2
89.9
88.1

82.4
83.1
84.2
85.3
86.4
87.4
88.5
89.0
89.6
90.2
90.8
91.4
90.9
90.5
90.1
88.6
88.4
87.7

83.2
83.9
85.0
86.2
87.2
88.3
89.3
89.9
90.4
91.0
91.6
90.9
90.4
88.8
88.6
88.4
88.3
87.5

-5

10

84.0
84.7
85.8
87.0
88.1
89.1
90.2
90.7
91.3
91.8
91.1
89.1
88.8
88.6
88.4
88.3
88.3
87.3

83.6
84.2
85.4
86.5
87.6
88.7
89.8
90.3
90.6
90.0
89.3
87.5
87.3
87.1
87.0
87.0
87.0
85.8

84.3
85.0
86.2
87.3
88.4
89.5
90.5
90.1
89.8
89.3
88.7
87.1
87.0
86.9
86.8
86.8
86.9
85.2

85.1
85.8
86.9
88.1
89.2
89.5
89.5
89.1
88.8
88.4
88.0
86.7
86.6
86.6
86.5
86.2
85.9
84.1

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR E T/O MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE OFF

AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)
-55 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

76.6
77.3
78.3
79.2
80.3
81.4
82.5
83.2
83.8
84.4
84.9
85.5
85.6
85.6
85.9
86.4
86.9
86.9

77.5
78.2
79.2
80.1
81.2
82.3
83.5
84.1
84.7
85.3
85.9
86.5
86.5
86.6
86.9
87.4
87.8
87.9

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

78.3
79.0
80.0
81.0
82.1
83.3
84.4
85.1
85.7
86.3
86.9
87.4
87.5
87.6
87.8
88.3
88.8
88.8

79.2
79.9
80.9
81.9
83.0
84.2
85.3
86.0
86.6
87.2
87.8
88.4
88.4
88.5
88.8
89.3
89.8
89.8

80.0
80.7
81.8
82.8
83.9
85.1
86.3
86.9
87.5
88.2
88.7
89.3
89.4
89.5
89.7
90.2
90.8
90.8

80.9
81.6
82.6
83.7
84.8
86.0
87.2
87.8
88.5
89.1
89.7
90.3
90.3
90.4
90.7
91.2
91.7
91.7

81.7
82.4
83.5
84.5
85.6
86.8
88.0
88.7
89.4
90.0
90.6
91.2
91.2
91.3
91.6
92.1
92.6
92.6

82.5
83.2
84.3
85.4
86.5
87.7
88.9
89.6
90.3
90.9
91.5
92.1
92.2
92.2
92.5
93.0
93.6
93.6

83.3
84.1
85.1
86.2
87.3
88.6
89.8
90.5
91.1
91.8
92.4
93.0
93.1
93.1
93.4
94.0
94.5
94.5

84.1
84.9
86.0
87.0
88.2
89.4
90.7
91.3
92.0
92.7
93.3
93.9
94.0
94.0
94.3
94.9
95.4
95.4

-5
84.9
85.7
86.8
87.9
89.0
90.3
91.5
92.2
92.9
93.5
94.2
94.8
94.9
94.9
95.2
95.8
96.3
95.9

S5-13

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR E T/O MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-14

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

85.7
86.5
87.6
88.7
89.8
91.1
92.4
93.1
93.8
94.4
95.0
95.7
95.7
95.8
96.1
96.2
96.3
95.1

86.5
87.3
88.4
89.5
90.7
91.9
93.2
93.9
94.6
95.3
95.9
96.1
96.0
96.0
96.0
95.3
95.3
94.2

87.3
88.0
89.2
90.3
91.5
92.8
94.0
94.8
95.4
95.6
95.8
95.0
94.9
94.8
94.7
94.5
94.3
93.0

88.0
88.8
89.9
91.1
92.3
93.6
94.9
95.1
95.2
94.3
94.3
94.2
94.0
93.8
93.6
93.4
93.2
91.9

88.8
89.6
90.7
91.9
93.1
94.0
94.7
93.7
93.5
93.5
93.4
93.2
93.0
92.8
92.6
92.5
92.4
91.1

89.6
90.3
91.5
92.6
93.4
93.9
92.9
92.8
92.8
92.7
92.5
92.2
92.1
92.0
91.9
91.7
91.5
90.6

90.3
91.1
92.3
92.8
92.3
92.3
92.3
92.2
92.1
92.0
91.7
91.5
91.4
91.3
91.3
91.4
-

91.0
91.7
92.3
91.6
91.6
91.6
91.7
91.5
91.4
91.2
91.0
90.9
91.0
91.2
-

91.3
91.6
90.9
90.9
90.8
90.9
90.9
90.7
90.5
90.5
90.7
-

90.0
90.1
90.1
90.1
90.1
90.1
90.0
90.2
90.3
-

89.1
89.2
89.2
89.3
89.4
89.7
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR E T/O MODE


FADEC REF A/ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 0 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)
-50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

78.6
79.3
80.3
81.3
82.3
83.5
84.6
85.2
85.9
86.5
87.0
87.6
87.6
87.7
88.0
88.5
89.0
89.0

79.5
80.2
81.2
82.2
83.2
84.4
85.5
86.2
86.8
87.4
88.0
88.6
88.6
88.7
89.0
89.5
90.0
90.0

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

80.3
81.0
82.0
83.1
84.1
85.3
86.5
87.1
87.8
88.4
88.9
89.5
89.6
89.6
89.9
90.4
90.9
90.9

81.2
81.9
82.9
83.9
85.0
86.2
87.4
88.0
88.7
89.3
89.9
90.5
90.5
90.6
90.9
91.4
91.9
91.9

82.0
82.7
83.8
84.8
85.9
87.1
88.3
89.0
89.6
90.2
90.8
91.4
91.5
91.6
91.8
92.4
92.9
92.9

82.9
83.6
84.6
85.7
86.8
88.0
89.2
89.9
90.5
91.2
91.8
92.4
92.4
92.5
92.8
93.3
93.5
93.5

83.7
84.4
85.5
86.5
87.7
88.9
90.1
90.8
91.4
92.1
92.7
93.3
93.3
93.4
93.7
94.0
93.6
93.7

84.5
85.3
86.3
87.4
88.5
89.8
91.0
91.7
92.3
93.0
93.6
94.2
94.3
94.3
94.3
94.1
93.3
93.0

85.3
86.1
87.2
88.2
89.4
90.6
91.9
92.6
93.2
93.9
94.5
94.7
94.5
94.4
94.4
93.2
93.1
92.6

-5

10

86.1
86.9
88.0
89.1
90.2
91.5
92.7
93.4
94.1
94.8
95.0
94.7
93.4
93.2
93.0
92.9
92.8
92.2

85.7
86.5
87.6
88.9
89.8
91.1
92.4
93.1
93.8
94.4
92.3
92.0
91.8
91.6
91.4
91.4
91.3
90.5

86.5
87.3
88.4
89.5
90.7
91.9
93.2
92.8
92.8
92.1
91.8
91.5
91.3
91.1
91.0
91.0
91.0
89.9

87.3
88.0
89.2
90.3
91.5
92.5
92.7
92.0
91.8
91.5
91.2
90.9
90.8
90.6
90.5
90.4
90.2
88.8

S5-15

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 100 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-16

76.5
77.2
78.1
79.1
80.1
81.1
82.2
82.8
83.3
83.9
84.6
85.2
85.3
85.4
85.7
86.3
86.8
86.8

77.3
78.0
79.0
80.0
81.0
82.1
83.1
83.7
84.3
84.9
85.5
86.1
86.3
86.4
86.7
87.2
87.8
87.8

78.2
78.9
79.9
80.9
81.9
83.0
84.0
84.6
85.2
85.8
86.5
87.1
87.2
87.4
87.7
88.2
88.7
88.7

79.1
79.8
80.8
81.7
82.8
83.9
85.0
85.6
86.2
86.8
87.4
88.0
88.2
88.3
88.6
89.2
89.7
89.7

79.9
80.6
81.6
82.6
83.7
84.8
85.9
86.5
87.1
87.7
88.3
89.0
89.1
89.3
89.6
90.1
90.7
90.7

80.7
81.5
82.5
83.5
84.5
85.7
86.8
87.4
88.0
88.6
89.3
89.9
90.1
90.2
90.5
91.1
91.6
91.6

81.6
82.3
83.3
84.3
85.4
86.5
87.6
88.3
88.9
89.5
90.2
90.8
91.0
91.1
91.5
92.0
92.5
92.5

82.4
83.1
84.2
85.2
86.3
87.4
88.5
89.2
89.8
90.4
91.1
91.7
91.9
92.0
92.4
92.9
93.5
93.5

83.2
83.9
85.0
86.0
87.1
88.3
89.4
90.0
90.7
91.3
92.0
92.7
92.8
92.9
93.3
93.8
94.4
94.4

84.0
84.7
85.8
86.8
88.0
89.1
90.3
90.9
91.5
92.2
92.9
93.5
93.7
93.8
94.2
94.7
95.3
95.3

-5
84.8
85.5
86.6
87.7
88.8
89.9
91.1
91.8
92.4
93.1
93.7
94.4
94.6
94.7
95.1
95.6
96.2
95.8

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-55 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 100 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

85.6
86.3
87.4
88.5
89.6
90.8
92.0
92.6
93.3
93.9
94.6
95.3
95.4
95.6
95.9
96.1
96.3
95.0

86.3
87.1
88.2
89.3
90.4
91.6
92.8
93.5
94.1
94.8
95.5
95.7
95.8
95.8
96.0
95.3
95.3
94.1

87.1
87.9
89.0
90.1
91.2
92.4
93.6
94.3
95.0
95.3
95.4
94.8
94.7
94.7
94.6
94.4
94.2
92.8

87.9
88.7
89.8
90.9
92.0
93.2
94.4
94.8
95.0
94.2
94.0
94.0
93.9
93.7
93.5
93.3
93.0
91.7

88.6
89.4
90.6
91.7
92.8
94.0
94.5
93.6
93.4
93.3
93.2
93.1
92.9
92.6
92.4
92.4
92.3
91.0

89.4
90.2
91.3
92.4
93.3
93.8
92.8
92.7
92.7
92.6
92.5
92.2
92.1
91.9
91.8
91.7
91.5
90.6

90.1
91.0
92.1
92.7
92.3
92.2
92.2
92.2
92.1
92.0
91.7
91.5
91.4
91.3
91.2
91.4
-

90.9
91.7
92.1
91.6
91.5
91.5
91.6
91.5
91.3
91.1
91.0
90.8
90.9
91.1
-

91.1
91.5
90.8
90.8
90.8
90.8
90.8
90.7
90.5
90.4
90.6
-

90.0
90.1
90.0
90.0
90.0
90.0
90.0
90.1
90.3
-

89.1
89.1
89.1
89.2
89.4
89.7
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-17

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 150 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-18

76.3
77.0
78.0
79.0
80.0
81.0
82.0
82.5
83.0
83.6
84.2
84.8
84.9
85.0
85.4
86.0
86.6
86.6

77.2
77.9
78.9
79.9
80.9
81.9
82.9
83.4
84.0
84.5
85.2
85.8
85.9
86.0
86.3
86.9
87.6
87.5

78.0
78.7
79.7
80.8
81.8
82.8
83.8
84.4
84.9
85.5
86.1
86.7
86.8
86.9
87.3
87.9
88.5
88.5

78.9
79.6
80.6
81.6
82.7
83.7
84.7
85.3
85.8
86.4
87.0
87.7
87.8
87.9
88.2
88.9
89.5
89.5

79.7
80.4
81.5
82.5
83.6
84.6
85.6
86.2
86.7
87.3
88.0
88.6
88.7
88.8
89.2
89.8
90.5
90.4

80.6
81.3
82.3
83.4
84.4
85.5
86.5
87.1
87.6
88.2
88.9
89.5
89.6
89.8
90.1
90.7
91.4
91.4

81.4
82.1
83.2
84.2
85.3
86.4
87.4
88.0
88.5
89.1
89.8
90.4
90.6
90.7
91.0
91.7
92.3
92.3

82.2
82.9
84.0
85.1
86.1
87.2
88.3
88.9
89.4
90.0
90.7
91.4
91.5
91.6
92.0
92.6
93.3
93.2

83.0
83.8
84.8
85.9
87.0
88.1
89.2
89.7
90.3
90.9
91.6
92.3
92.4
92.5
92.9
93.5
94.2
94.2

83.8
84.6
85.6
86.7
87.8
88.9
90.0
90.6
91.2
91.8
92.5
93.1
93.3
93.4
93.8
94.4
95.1
95.1

-5
84.6
85.4
86.4
87.5
88.7
89.8
90.9
91.5
92.0
92.7
93.3
94.0
94.1
94.3
94.6
95.3
95.6
95.1

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-55 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 150 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

85.4
86.2
87.2
88.4
89.5
90.6
91.7
92.3
92.9
93.5
94.2
94.9
95.0
95.1
95.4
95.5
95.3
94.3

86.2
86.9
88.0
89.2
90.3
91.4
92.5
93.1
93.7
94.4
95.1
95.3
95.3
95.3
95.3
94.8
94.9
93.7

86.9
87.7
88.8
90.0
91.1
92.2
93.4
94.0
94.6
95.0
95.2
94.4
94.3
94.3
94.2
94.1
93.9
92.6

87.7
88.5
89.6
90.8
91.9
93.0
94.2
94.6
94.7
94.8
93.8
93.6
93.6
93.4
93.2
93.0
92.7
91.6

88.5
89.3
90.4
91.5
92.7
93.9
94.4
94.4
93.2
93.1
93.0
92.9
92.8
92.5
92.3
92.2
92.1
91.0

89.2
90.0
91.2
92.3
93.2
93.7
92.7
92.6
92.6
92.5
92.4
92.2
92.0
91.8
91.7
91.6
91.4
90.5

90.0
90.8
91.9
92.6
92.2
92.1
92.1
92.0
92.0
91.9
91.7
91.5
91.3
91.1
91.1
91.3
-

90.7
91.5
92.0
91.5
91.5
91.5
91.5
91.4
91.2
91.1
90.9
90.7
90.8
91.0
-

91.0
91.5
90.8
90.7
90.7
90.7
90.7
90.5
90.4
90.4
90.5
-

89.9
90.0
89.9
89.8
89.8
89.8
89.9
90.0
90.2
-

88.9
88.9
88.8
88.9
89.1
89.5
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-19

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 200 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-20

75.9
76.6
77.7
78.8
79.9
80.8
81.8
82.2
82.7
83.2
83.8
84.3
84.4
84.4
84.7
85.3
85.9
85.8

76.8
77.5
78.6
79.7
80.8
81.7
82.7
83.2
83.7
84.2
84.8
85.3
85.3
85.4
85.7
86.3
86.9
86.8

77.7
78.3
79.5
80.6
81.7
82.6
83.6
84.1
84.6
85.1
85.7
86.2
86.3
86.3
86.6
87.3
87.9
87.8

78.5
79.2
80.3
81.5
82.6
83.5
84.5
85.0
85.5
86.1
86.6
87.2
87.2
87.3
87.6
88.2
88.9
88.7

79.3
80.0
81.2
82.3
83.4
84.4
85.4
85.9
86.4
87.0
87.6
88.1
88.2
88.2
88.5
89.2
89.8
89.7

80.2
80.9
82.0
83.2
84.3
85.3
86.3
86.8
87.3
87.9
88.5
89.0
89.1
89.1
89.4
90.1
90.7
90.6

81.0
81.7
82.9
84.1
85.2
86.2
87.2
87.7
88.2
88.8
89.4
89.9
90.0
90.0
90.4
91.0
91.7
91.5

81.8
82.5
83.7
84.9
86.0
87.1
88.1
88.6
89.1
89.7
90.3
90.8
90.9
90.9
91.3
91.9
92.6
92.4

82.6
83.3
84.5
85.7
86.9
87.9
88.9
89.5
90.0
90.5
91.2
91.7
91.8
91.8
92.2
92.8
93.5
93.3

83.4
84.1
85.3
86.6
87.7
88.8
89.8
90.3
90.8
91.4
92.0
92.6
92.7
92.7
93.0
93.7
94.4
94.2

-5
84.2
84.9
86.1
87.4
88.5
89.6
90.6
91.2
91.7
92.3
92.9
93.5
93.5
93.6
93.9
94.6
95.0
94.5

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-55 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 200 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

85.0
85.7
86.9
88.2
89.4
90.4
91.5
92.0
92.6
93.1
93.8
94.4
94.4
94.4
94.8
94.9
95.0
93.8

85.7
86.5
87.7
89.0
90.2
91.2
92.3
92.9
93.4
94.0
94.6
94.9
94.8
94.7
94.7
94.4
94.4
93.2

86.5
87.2
88.5
89.8
91.0
92.1
93.1
93.7
94.2
94.8
94.8
94.1
94.0
93.9
93.8
93.7
93.5
92.3

87.3
88.0
89.3
90.6
91.8
92.9
94.0
94.5
94.7
94.7
93.6
93.4
93.3
93.2
93.0
92.8
92.5
91.5

88.0
88.8
90.1
91.4
92.6
93.7
94.1
94.3
93.2
93.0
92.9
92.8
92.7
92.4
92.2
92.1
91.9
90.9

88.8
89.5
90.8
92.1
93.1
93.6
92.8
92.6
92.5
92.4
92.3
92.2
92.0
91.7
91.6
91.4
91.3
90.4

89.5
90.3
91.6
92.5
92.1
92.1
92.1
92.0
91.9
91.8
91.7
91.5
91.2
91.0
91.0
91.1
-

90.2
91.0
91.8
91.4
91.4
91.4
91.4
91.3
91.2
91.0
90.9
90.6
90.7
90.9
-

90.7
91.2
90.6
90.6
90.6
90.6
90.6
90.5
90.4
90.4
90.5
-

89.7
89.8
89.6
89.6
89.6
89.6
89.7
89.9
90.2
-

88.5
88.5
88.4
88.5
88.8
89.2
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-21

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 100 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10


-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-22

78.5
79.2
80.1
81.1
82.1
83.2
84.2
84.8
85.4
86.0
86.6
87.3
87.4
87.5
87.8
88.4
88.8
88.9

79.3
80.0
81.0
82.0
83.0
84.1
85.2
85.8
86.4
87.0
87.6
88.2
88.4
88.5
88.8
89.3
89.8
89.9

80.2
80.9
81.9
82.9
83.9
85.0
86.1
86.7
87.3
87.9
88.6
89.2
89.3
89.5
89.8
90.3
90.8
90.8

81.0
81.8
82.8
83.8
84.8
85.9
87.0
87.6
88.2
88.9
89.5
90.1
90.3
90.4
90.7
91.3
91.8
91.8

81.9
82.6
83.6
84.6
85.7
86.8
87.9
88.5
89.2
89.8
90.4
91.1
91.2
91.4
91.7
92.2
92.7
92.8

82.7
83.5
84.5
85.5
86.6
87.7
88.8
89.4
90.1
90.7
91.4
92.0
92.1
92.3
92.6
93.2
93.3
93.5

83.6
84.3
85.3
86.4
87.5
88.6
89.7
90.3
91.0
91.6
92.3
92.9
93.1
93.2
93.6
93.9
93.4
93.6

84.4
85.1
86.2
87.2
88.3
89.5
90.6
91.2
91.9
92.5
93.2
93.9
94.0
94.1
94.4
94.1
93.0
92.8

85.2
86.0
87.0
88.1
89.2
90.3
91.5
92.1
92.7
93.4
94.1
94.8
94.8
93.5
94.5
93.1
92.9
92.5

-5

10

86.0
86.8
87.8
88.9
90.0
91.2
92.3
93.0
93.6
94.3
95.0
94.9
94.8
93.3
93.1
92.8
92.7
92.1

85.6
86.3
87.4
88.7
89.6
90.8
92.0
92.6
93.3
93.3
93.4
92.0
91.8
91.6
91.4
91.3
91.2
90.4

86.3
87.1
88.2
89.3
90.4
91.6
92.8
92.9
93.0
92.3
91.8
91.5
91.3
91.1
91.0
90.9
90.9
89.8

87.1
87.9
89.0
90.1
91.2
92.4
92.8
92.1
91.9
91.6
91.3
91.0
90.8
90.6
90.5
90.3
90.1
88.7

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 150 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)
-50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

78.3
79.0
80.0
81.0
82.0
83.0
84.0
84.5
85.1
85.7
86.3
86.9
87.0
87.1
87.5
88.1
88.7
88.7

79.2
79.9
80.9
81.9
82.9
83.9
84.9
85.5
86.0
86.6
87.2
87.9
88.0
88.1
88.4
89.0
89.7
89.6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

80.0
80.7
81.8
82.8
83.8
84.8
85.9
86.4
87.0
87.5
88.2
88.8
88.9
89.0
89.4
90.0
90.6
90.6

80.9
81.6
82.6
83.7
84.7
85.7
86.8
87.3
87.9
88.5
89.1
89.8
89.9
90.0
90.3
91.0
91.6
91.6

81.7
82.5
83.5
84.5
85.6
86.6
87.7
88.3
88.8
89.4
90.1
90.7
90.8
90.9
91.3
91.9
92.6
92.5

82.6
83.3
84.3
85.4
86.5
87.5
88.6
89.2
89.7
90.3
91.0
91.6
91.7
91.9
92.2
92.9
93.4
93.3

83.4
84.1
85.2
86.3
87.3
88.4
89.5
90.0
90.6
91.2
91.9
92.5
92.7
92.8
93.1
93.8
93.4
93.3

84.2
85.0
86.0
87.1
88.2
89.3
90.4
90.9
91.5
92.1
92.8
93.5
93.6
93.7
94.1
93.8
92.0
91.8

85.0
85.8
86.9
87.9
89.0
90.1
91.2
91.8
92.4
93.0
93.7
94.4
94.5
93.2
94.1
92.3
92.0
91.6

-5

10

85.8
86.6
87.7
88.8
89.9
91.0
92.1
92.7
93.3
93.9
94.6
93.6
93.4
92.8
92.5
92.2
92.0
91.5

85.4
86.2
87.2
88.4
89.7
90.6
91.7
92.3
92.9
93.0
93.4
91.9
91.6
91.3
91.0
90.9
90.8
90.1

86.2
86.9
88.0
89.2
90.3
91.4
92.5
92.9
93.1
92.8
91.8
91.4
91.2
90.9
90.8
90.7
90.7
89.6

86.9
87.7
88.8
90.0
91.1
92.2
92.8
92.7
91.9
91.6
91.3
91.0
90.8
90.6
90.4
90.2
90.0
88.7

S5-23

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR GO-AROUND
ANTI-ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 200 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE 3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10


-1000
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
16000

S5-24

77.9
78.6
79.7
80.8
81.9
82.9
83.8
84.3
84.8
85.3
85.9
86.4
86.5
86.5
86.8
87.4
88.1
87.9

78.8
79.5
80.6
81.7
82.8
83.8
84.8
85.2
85.7
86.3
86.8
87.4
87.4
87.5
87.8
88.4
89.0
88.9

79.6
80.3
81.5
82.6
83.7
84.7
85.7
86.2
86.7
87.2
87.8
88.3
88.4
88.4
88.7
89.4
90.0
89.9

80.5
81.2
82.3
83.5
84.6
85.6
86.6
87.1
87.6
88.1
88.7
89.3
89.3
89.4
89.7
90.3
91.0
90.8

81.3
82.0
83.2
84.4
85.5
86.5
87.5
88.0
88.5
89.1
89.6
90.2
90.3
90.3
90.6
91.3
91.9
91.8

82.2
82.9
84.0
85.2
86.4
87.4
88.4
88.9
89.4
90.0
90.6
91.1
91.2
91.2
91.5
92.2
92.9
92.7

83.0
83.7
84.9
86.1
87.2
88.2
89.3
89.8
90.3
90.9
91.5
92.1
92.1
92.1
92.5
93.1
93.5
91.9

83.8
84.5
85.7
86.9
88.1
89.1
90.2
90.7
91.2
91.8
92.4
93.0
93.0
93.0
93.4
92.4
93.4
91.4

84.6
85.3
86.6
87.8
88.9
90.0
91.0
91.6
92.1
92.6
93.3
93.9
93.9
93.1
92.7
92.0
91.7
91.4

-5

10

85.4
86.1
87.4
88.6
89.8
90.8
91.9
92.4
92.9
93.5
94.1
93.6
93.3
92.6
92.3
92.0
91.8
91.3

85.0
85.7
86.9
88.2
89.7
90.7
91.5
92.0
92.6
93.1
93.4
91.8
91.4
91.1
90.9
90.7
90.6
90.0

85.7
86.5
87.7
89.0
90.2
91.2
92.3
92.9
92.9
92.9
91.9
91.4
91.1
90.9
90.7
90.7
90.7
89.6

86.5
87.2
88.5
89.8
91.0
92.1
92.7
92.8
92.0
91.7
91.3
91.0
90.8
90.6
90.4
90.2
89.9
88.7

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 100 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-65 -60 -54 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10
-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

72.3
72.8
74.7
76.6
78.0
78.8
79.8
80.8
81.9
83.0
84.1
85.8
86.0
86.2
86.4
86.7
88.0
89.4
89.7
90.1
90.1
90.0
89.7

73.1
73.6
75.6
77.5
78.9
79.8
80.7
81.8
82.9
84.0
85.2
86.9
87.0
87.2
87.4
87.7
89.1
90.5
90.8
91.2
91.2
91.1
90.8

74.0
74.5
76.4
78.4
79.8
80.7
81.7
82.7
83.9
85.0
86.1
87.9
88.0
88.2
88.5
88.7
90.1
91.5
91.9
92.3
92.3
92.2
91.9

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

74.8
75.3
77.3
79.3
80.7
81.6
82.6
83.7
84.8
85.9
87.1
88.9
89.0
89.2
89.5
89.8
91.1
92.6
92.9
93.3
93.3
93.2
92.9

75.6
76.2
78.2
80.2
81.6
82.5
83.5
84.6
85.8
86.9
88.1
89.9
90.0
90.2
90.5
90.8
92.1
93.6
94.0
94.4
94.4
94.3
93.9

76.5
77.0
79.0
81.1
82.5
83.4
84.4
85.5
86.7
87.8
89.1
90.9
91.0
91.2
91.5
91.7
93.1
94.6
94.8
94.8
94.8
95.0
94.0

77.3
77.8
79.9
81.9
83.4
84.3
85.3
86.4
87.6
88.8
90.0
91.8
92.0
92.2
92.4
92.7
94.1
93.9
93.3
92.4
92.6
93.3
92.1

78.1
78.6
80.7
82.8
84.3
85.2
86.2
87.3
88.5
89.7
91.0
92.8
92.9
93.1
93.4
93.7
93.8
93.8
93.5
93.2
93.4
94.0
92.9

78.9
79.4
81.5
83.6
85.1
86.1
87.1
88.2
89.4
90.6
91.9
93.7
93.9
94.1
94.4
93.7
93.8
93.2
92.9
92.4
92.6
93.3
92.1

79.7
80.2
82.3
84.5
86.0
86.9
88.0
89.1
90.3
91.5
92.8
94.7
94.8
95.0
94.1
93.7
93.1
92.6
92.1
91.4
91.6
92.2
91.0

80.5
81.0
83.2
85.3
86.8
87.8
88.8
90.0
91.2
92.4
93.7
95.6
95.8
94.2
94.3
93.0
92.4
91.8
91.2
90.7
90.9
91.5
90.2

81.2
81.8
84.0
86.1
87.7
88.6
89.7
90.8
92.1
93.3
94.6
95.4
93.6
94.7
93.2
92.2
91.7
91.0
90.7
-

-5
82.0
82.6
84.7
86.9
88.5
89.5
90.5
91.7
93.0
94.2
95.5
95.3
94.4
93.4
92.3
91.5
90.9
90.7
-

S5-25

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 100 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

S5-26

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

82.8
83.3
85.5
87.8
89.3
90.3
91.4
92.6
93.8
95.0
92.2
94.0
93.0
92.2
91.4
90.8
-

83.5
84.1
86.3
88.6
90.1
91.1
92.2
93.4
92.8
91.7
93.3
92.6
92.0
91.2
90.8
-

84.3
84.9
87.1
89.3
90.9
91.9
93.0
92.2
93.2
92.7
92.1
91.8
91.1
90.7
-

85.0
85.6
87.9
90.1
91.7
92.7
91.7
92.7
92.3
91.8
91.4
91.1
90.8
-

85.7
86.3
88.6
90.9
92.5
91.1
92.2
91.9
91.4
91.0
90.7
-

86.5
87.1
89.4
91.7
90.4
91.7
91.5
91.0
90.6
90.5
-

87.2
87.8
90.1
89.7
91.3
91.0
90.5
90.1
90.2
-

87.9
88.5
90.8
90.7
90.4
90.1
89.6
89.8
-

88.6
89.2
87.7
89.9
89.6
89.3
-

89.3
86.8
89.4
89.1
89.1
-

84.7
88.8
88.6
88.8
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 100 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10


-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

77.6
78.1
80.2
82.2
83.7
84.6
85.6
86.7
87.8
89.0
90.2
90.3
89.4
87.8
88.4
88.5
86.5
85.0
85.0
84.4
84.6
85.1
84.7

78.4
79.0
81.0
83.1
84.6
85.5
86.5
87.6
88.8
89.9
91.2
89.8
88.6
86.8
87.3
87.3
85.6
84.5
84.1
83.4
83.5
83.9
83.5

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

79.3
79.8
81.9
84.0
85.4
86.3
87.4
88.5
89.7
90.9
90.7
89.3
87.7
86.0
86.4
86.0
84.7
84.0
83.4
82.7
82.7
82.8
82.3

80.1
80.6
82.7
84.8
86.3
87.2
88.3
89.4
90.6
91.5
89.4
88.8
87.1
85.6
85.6
84.7
83.8
83.4
82.7
82.1
81.9
81.6
81.0

80.9
81.4
83.5
85.7
87.2
88.1
89.2
90.3
91.5
91.3
88.4
88.0
86.5
85.1
84.6
83.5
83.2
82.7
82.1
81.4
81.1
80.5
79.7

81.7
82.2
84.4
86.5
88.0
89.0
90.0
91.2
91.6
89.1
88.0
87.2
85.8
84.6
83.8
83.1
82.7
82.1
81.5
80.9
80.5
79.7
78.8

82.4
83.0
85.2
87.3
88.9
89.8
90.9
91.2
89.5
88.6
87.6
86.4
85.1
84.2
83.4
82.7
82.2
81.7
81.2
-

-5

10

83.2
83.8
86.0
88.2
89.7
90.7
90.6
89.4
88.9
88.0
87.1
85.5
84.6
83.7
82.9
82.3
81.8
81.5
-

82.8
83.3
85.5
88.1
89.5
90.1
88.2
87.5
86.9
86.2
85.3
83.8
82.9
81.9
81.1
80.8
-

83.5
84.1
86.3
88.6
89.0
88.7
87.4
86.8
86.2
85.4
84.1
83.2
82.1
81.1
80.7
-

84.3
84.9
87.1
88.3
88.1
87.7
86.7
86.0
85.2
84.1
83.0
82.4
81.3
80.7
-

S5-27

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 150 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

S5-28

72.2
72.8
74.7
76.6
78.0
78.8
79.6
80.6
81.7
82.7
83.9
85.6
86.2
86.9
86.9
86.9
88.1
89.4
90.2
91.2
91.0
90.4
89.7

73.1
73.6
75.6
77.5
78.9
79.7
80.6
81.6
82.6
83.6
84.9
86.6
87.2
87.9
87.9
87.9
89.2
90.4
91.3
92.3
92.1
91.5
90.8

73.9
74.5
76.4
78.5
79.9
80.6
81.5
82.5
83.6
84.6
85.9
87.6
88.2
88.9
88.9
88.9
90.2
91.5
92.3
93.3
93.1
92.6
91.9

74.7
75.3
77.3
79.3
80.8
81.6
82.5
83.5
84.6
85.6
86.8
88.6
89.2
89.9
89.9
89.9
91.2
92.5
93.4
94.4
94.2
93.6
92.9

75.6
76.2
78.2
80.2
81.7
82.5
83.4
84.4
85.5
86.5
87.8
89.6
90.2
90.9
91.0
90.9
92.2
93.5
94.4
95.5
95.2
94.7
93.9

76.4
77.0
79.0
81.1
82.6
83.4
84.3
85.3
86.4
87.5
88.8
90.6
91.2
91.9
91.9
91.9
93.3
94.5
95.3
95.6
95.5
95.2
93.2

77.2
77.8
79.9
82.0
83.4
84.3
85.2
86.2
87.3
88.4
89.7
91.6
92.2
92.9
92.9
92.9
94.2
93.9
93.5
92.4
92.6
93.1
93.3

78.0
78.6
80.7
82.8
84.3
85.1
86.1
87.1
88.3
89.3
90.6
92.5
93.1
93.9
93.9
93.9
93.8
93.7
93.8
93.5
93.6
94.1
92.7

78.8
79.4
81.5
83.7
85.2
86.0
87.0
88.0
89.2
90.3
91.6
93.5
94.1
94.9
94.9
93.6
93.7
93.2
93.0
92.4
92.6
93.1
91.8

79.6
80.2
82.3
84.5
86.0
86.9
87.8
88.9
90.1
91.2
92.5
94.4
95.0
95.8
94.1
93.7
93.1
92.6
92.0
91.3
91.4
91.8
90.6

80.4
81.0
83.1
85.3
86.9
87.7
88.7
89.8
90.9
92.1
93.4
95.3
96.0
94.3
94.3
93.0
92.4
91.7
91.0
90.5
90.6
90.9
89.6

81.2
81.8
84.0
86.2
87.7
88.6
89.5
90.6
91.8
92.9
94.3
96.0
93.5
94.8
93.2
92.2
91.6
90.7
90.4
-

-5
81.9
82.6
84.7
87.0
88.5
89.4
90.4
91.5
92.7
93.8
95.2
92.8
94.3
93.4
92.3
91.4
90.7
90.4
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-65 -60 -54 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 150 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

82.7
83.3
85.5
87.8
89.4
90.2
91.2
92.3
93.5
94.7
92.2
93.7
92.9
92.3
91.4
90.7
-

83.5
84.1
86.3
88.6
90.2
91.1
92.1
93.2
92.7
91.7
93.1
92.4
92.0
91.4
90.8
-

84.2
84.9
87.1
89.4
91.0
91.9
92.9
92.1
93.0
92.6
92.1
91.7
91.2
91.0
-

84.9
85.6
87.8
90.2
91.8
92.7
91.6
92.5
92.2
91.7
91.3
91.0
91.0
-

85.7
86.3
88.6
90.9
92.6
91.0
92.1
91.8
91.4
90.9
90.6
-

86.4
87.1
89.4
91.7
90.4
91.7
91.4
91.0
90.5
90.4
-

87.1
87.8
90.1
89.7
91.2
90.9
90.5
90.0
90.1
-

87.8
88.5
90.8
90.7
90.4
90.1
89.6
89.8
-

88.5
89.2
87.5
89.9
89.6
89.4
-

89.3
86.2
89.4
89.2
89.1
-

84.0
88.7
88.5
88.8
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-29

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 150 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10


-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

S5-30

77.5
78.1
80.2
82.3
83.7
84.5
85.4
86.5
87.6
88.6
89.9
91.7
90.5
88.6
88.4
87.6
86.4
85.6
84.7
83.0
83.4
84.7
84.4

78.4
79.0
81.0
83.1
84.6
85.4
86.3
87.4
88.5
89.6
90.9
91.1
89.7
87.6
87.4
86.7
85.6
84.8
83.5
81.9
82.5
83.9
83.6

79.2
79.8
81.9
84.0
85.5
86.3
87.2
88.3
89.4
90.5
91.5
90.9
88.8
86.9
86.6
85.7
84.7
84.0
82.9
81.9
82.3
83.4
82.7

80.0
80.6
82.7
84.9
86.4
87.2
88.1
89.2
90.3
91.4
91.1
90.0
88.0
86.3
85.7
84.6
83.8
83.5
82.7
81.7
82.0
82.8
81.8

80.8
81.4
83.5
85.7
87.2
88.1
89.0
90.1
91.2
91.1
88.7
89.0
87.2
85.7
84.8
83.6
83.5
83.2
82.3
81.1
81.3
82.0
80.8

81.6
82.2
84.4
86.5
88.1
88.9
89.9
91.0
90.9
89.0
88.3
88.0
86.3
85.0
84.1
83.5
83.2
82.6
81.6
80.6
80.8
81.4
80.1

82.4
83.0
85.2
87.4
88.9
89.8
90.8
90.8
89.3
88.5
87.8
86.9
85.5
84.5
83.8
83.3
82.7
82.0
81.2
-

-5

10

83.2
83.8
86.0
88.2
89.8
90.6
90.8
89.2
88.7
88.1
87.3
85.8
84.9
84.2
83.4
82.7
82.0
81.7
-

82.7
83.3
85.5
87.8
89.6
90.4
88.1
87.4
86.9
86.3
85.5
84.0
83.2
82.4
81.6
81.0
-

83.5
84.1
86.3
88.6
88.9
88.5
87.5
86.8
86.3
85.6
84.4
83.4
82.5
81.7
81.1
-

84.2
84.9
87.1
88.8
88.1
87.6
86.8
86.2
85.4
84.4
83.3
82.5
81.7
81.3
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 200 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-65 -60 -54 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10
-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

72.0
72.6
74.6
76.7
78.1
78.8
79.6
80.5
81.4
82.3
83.3
84.8
86.0
87.3
87.3
87.0
88.2
89.7
90.0
90.1
90.2
90.2
89.9

72.9
73.5
75.5
77.6
79.0
79.8
80.5
81.4
82.4
83.3
84.3
85.8
87.0
88.4
88.3
88.1
89.3
90.8
91.0
91.2
91.2
91.2
91.0

73.7
74.3
76.4
78.5
79.9
80.7
81.5
82.4
83.3
84.3
85.3
86.8
88.0
89.4
89.4
89.1
90.3
91.8
92.1
92.3
92.3
92.3
92.1

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

74.5
75.2
77.3
79.4
80.8
81.6
82.4
83.3
84.3
85.2
86.3
87.8
89.0
90.4
90.4
90.1
91.4
92.9
93.1
93.3
93.3
93.4
93.1

75.4
76.0
78.1
80.3
81.7
82.5
83.3
84.2
85.2
86.2
87.2
88.8
90.0
91.4
91.4
91.1
92.4
93.9
94.2
94.4
94.4
94.4
94.2

76.2
76.9
79.0
81.2
82.6
83.4
84.2
85.2
86.1
87.1
88.2
89.7
91.0
92.4
92.4
92.1
93.4
94.7
93.8
93.2
93.2
93.5
92.5

77.0
77.7
79.8
82.0
83.5
84.3
85.1
86.1
87.1
88.0
89.1
90.7
91.9
93.4
93.4
93.1
94.4
93.7
93.4
93.3
93.4
93.7
92.7

77.8
78.5
80.7
82.9
84.4
85.2
86.0
87.0
88.0
88.9
90.0
91.6
92.9
94.4
94.4
94.1
93.3
92.8
92.5
92.5
92.6
92.9
91.8

78.6
79.3
81.5
83.7
85.3
86.1
86.9
87.9
88.9
89.9
91.0
92.6
93.8
95.4
95.3
93.4
93.2
91.9
91.7
91.7
91.8
92.0
90.9

79.4
80.1
82.3
84.6
86.1
86.9
87.8
88.7
89.8
90.8
91.9
93.5
94.8
96.3
93.8
93.4
92.5
91.0
90.8
90.6
90.7
91.0
90.0

80.2
80.9
83.1
85.4
87.0
87.8
88.6
89.6
90.6
91.7
92.8
94.4
95.7
94.0
94.0
92.8
91.9
90.2
89.9
89.8
90.0
90.3
89.3

80.9
81.7
83.9
86.2
87.8
88.6
89.5
90.5
91.5
92.5
93.7
95.3
93.2
94.4
93.1
92.2
91.0
89.4
89.4
-

-5
81.7
82.4
84.7
87.0
88.6
89.5
90.3
91.3
92.4
93.4
94.5
92.6
93.8
93.1
92.2
91.3
90.1
89.1
-

S5-31

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 200 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

S5-32

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

82.5
83.2
85.5
87.8
89.4
90.3
91.2
92.2
93.2
94.3
92.1
93.3
92.7
92.2
91.4
90.4
-

83.2
84.0
86.3
88.6
90.3
91.1
92.0
93.0
93.8
91.7
92.9
92.3
91.9
91.5
90.8
-

84.0
84.7
87.0
89.4
91.1
91.9
92.8
92.1
91.2
92.5
92.0
91.5
91.1
91.1
-

84.7
85.4
87.8
90.2
91.9
92.7
91.5
92.5
92.1
91.7
91.2
90.8
90.9
-

85.4
86.2
88.6
91.0
92.7
90.9
92.1
91.7
91.3
90.9
90.5
-

86.2
86.9
89.3
91.8
90.4
91.7
91.3
90.9
90.5
90.3
-

86.9
87.6
90.1
89.8
91.2
90.9
90.5
90.1
90.1
-

87.6
88.4
90.8
90.7
90.4
90.1
89.7
89.9
-

88.3
89.1
87.2
89.9
89.7
89.5
-

89.0
89.6
89.3
89.2
89.2
-

82.8
83.0
88.4
88.9
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 200 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10


-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

77.3
78.0
80.1
82.3
83.8
84.6
85.4
86.3
87.3
88.3
89.3
90.9
92.1
90.6
89.1
86.9
86.4
85.7
84.6
84.0
84.0
84.3
83.9

78.2
78.8
81.0
83.2
84.7
85.5
86.3
87.2
88.2
89.2
90.3
91.9
92.1
89.8
88.1
86.2
85.7
84.9
83.9
83.5
83.4
83.5
83.0

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

79.0
79.7
81.8
84.0
85.6
86.4
87.2
88.1
89.1
90.1
91.2
92.0
89.9
88.8
87.2
85.5
84.9
84.0
83.6
83.4
83.0
82.7
82.0

79.8
80.5
82.7
84.9
86.4
87.3
88.1
89.0
90.1
91.1
91.2
90.2
88.9
87.8
86.3
84.8
84.0
83.8
83.5
83.0
82.5
81.8
80.9

80.6
81.3
83.5
85.8
87.3
88.1
89.0
89.9
91.0
90.9
88.5
89.2
87.9
86.8
85.3
84.0
83.9
83.7
83.1
82.2
81.7
80.9
79.8

81.4
82.1
84.3
86.6
88.2
89.0
89.9
90.8
90.7
88.8
88.2
88.2
86.9
85.7
84.5
84.0
83.8
83.1
82.2
81.6
81.1
80.2
79.0

82.2
82.9
85.1
87.4
89.0
89.9
90.7
90.5
89.2
88.5
87.8
87.2
85.9
84.9
84.3
83.9
83.0
82.3
81.7
-

-5

10

82.9
83.7
85.9
88.3
89.8
90.7
90.5
89.2
88.7
88.1
87.5
86.1
85.2
84.4
83.8
82.9
82.0
82.0
-

82.5
83.2
85.5
87.8
89.8
90.1
88.1
87.5
87.0
86.5
85.7
84.2
83.3
82.5
81.8
80.9
-

83.2
84.0
86.3
88.6
88.8
88.4
87.6
87.0
86.5
85.8
84.6
83.5
82.4
81.9
81.2
-

84.0
84.7
87.0
88.7
88.1
87.7
87.0
86.5
85.6
84.6
83.4
82.3
81.4
81.5
-

S5-33

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 250 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude
(ft)

-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

S5-34

71.7
72.3
74.5
76.6
78.0
78.8
79.5
80.3
81.1
81.8
82.5
83.8
85.4
87.2
86.6
86.1
87.9
89.9
90.2
90.7
90.6
90.2
89.2

72.5
73.2
75.4
77.5
78.9
79.7
80.5
81.3
82.1
82.8
83.5
84.8
86.5
88.2
87.6
87.2
89.0
91.0
91.3
91.8
91.7
91.3
90.3

73.4
74.1
76.2
78.4
79.8
80.6
81.4
82.2
83.0
83.7
84.5
85.8
87.5
89.3
88.6
88.2
90.0
92.0
92.3
92.8
92.7
92.4
91.3

74.2
74.9
77.1
79.3
80.7
81.5
82.3
83.1
84.0
84.7
85.4
86.8
88.5
90.3
89.7
89.2
91.0
93.1
93.4
93.9
93.8
93.4
92.4

75.1
75.7
78.0
80.2
81.6
82.5
83.3
84.1
84.9
85.6
86.4
87.8
89.5
91.3
90.7
90.2
92.0
94.1
94.4
93.8
94.0
94.5
93.4

75.9
76.6
78.8
81.0
82.5
83.4
84.2
85.0
85.8
86.5
87.3
88.7
90.4
92.3
91.6
91.2
93.0
94.3
93.3
93.1
93.3
92.5
91.9

76.7
77.4
79.7
81.9
83.4
84.2
85.1
85.9
86.7
87.5
88.2
89.7
91.4
93.3
92.6
92.1
94.0
93.6
92.9
92.0
92.2
92.7
92.1

77.5
78.2
80.5
82.7
84.3
85.1
85.9
86.8
87.7
88.4
89.2
90.6
92.3
94.2
93.6
93.1
92.7
92.8
92.1
91.1
91.2
91.6
91.1

78.3
79.0
81.3
83.6
85.1
86.0
86.8
87.7
88.5
89.3
90.1
91.5
93.3
95.2
94.5
92.8
92.6
92.0
91.2
90.2
90.3
90.6
90.1

79.1
79.8
82.1
84.4
86.0
86.9
87.7
88.5
89.4
90.2
91.0
92.5
94.2
96.0
93.0
92.8
91.9
91.2
90.5
89.5
89.6
89.9
89.2

79.8
80.6
82.9
85.3
86.8
87.7
88.6
89.4
90.3
91.1
91.9
93.4
95.1
93.1
93.1
92.2
91.1
90.5
89.8
89.0
89.1
89.3
88.5

80.6
81.3
83.7
86.1
87.7
88.6
89.4
90.3
91.2
91.9
92.8
94.3
92.7
93.4
92.5
91.6
90.4
89.9
89.4
-

-5
81.4
82.1
84.5
86.9
88.5
89.4
90.3
91.1
92.0
92.8
93.6
92.3
93.2
92.6
91.7
90.8
89.7
89.6
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-65 -60 -54 -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE OFF
AIRSPEED: 250 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

82.1
82.9
85.3
87.7
89.3
90.2
91.1
92.0
92.9
93.7
92.0
92.8
92.4
91.8
91.0
90.1
-

82.9
83.6
86.1
88.5
90.1
91.0
91.9
92.8
92.4
91.6
92.6
92.1
91.6
91.1
90.4
-

83.6
84.4
86.9
89.3
90.9
91.8
92.7
91.9
92.7
92.3
91.9
91.3
90.9
90.7
-

84.4
85.1
87.6
90.1
91.7
92.7
91.4
92.3
91.9
91.6
91.1
90.5
90.6
-

85.1
85.8
88.4
90.8
92.5
90.8
92.0
91.5
91.2
90.8
90.4
-

85.8
86.6
89.1
91.6
90.3
91.5
91.2
90.8
90.5
90.3
-

86.5
87.3
89.9
89.6
91.1
90.8
90.5
90.1
90.1
-

87.2
88.0
90.6
90.6
90.3
90.0
89.7
89.9
-

87.9
88.7
86.4
89.8
89.5
89.4
-

88.6
89.3
89.0
88.8
89.0
-

81.8
81.6
87.8
88.4
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-35

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

N1 FOR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS MODE


ANTI-ICE ON
AIRSPEED: 250 KCAS

ROLLS-ROYCE AE3007A1E ENGINES

Pressure

Static Air Temperature - C

Altitude

-40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10


-1000
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
22000
24000
26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000
37000
39000
41000

S5-36

77.0
77.7
80.0
82.2
83.7
84.5
85.3
86.1
87.0
87.7
88.5
89.9
91.6
92.3
89.3
86.9
86.2
85.3
84.9
84.3
84.4
84.7
84.4

77.8
78.5
80.8
83.1
84.6
85.4
86.2
87.1
87.9
88.6
89.4
90.9
91.6
91.0
88.3
86.3
85.6
84.8
84.3
83.5
83.6
84.1
83.6

78.7
79.4
81.7
83.9
85.4
86.3
87.1
88.0
88.8
89.6
90.4
91.8
90.6
89.7
87.5
85.7
85.0
84.2
83.6
82.9
82.9
83.4
82.8

79.5
80.2
82.5
84.8
86.3
87.2
88.0
88.9
89.7
90.5
89.5
91.5
89.5
88.7
86.6
85.0
84.3
83.8
83.1
82.2
82.2
82.6
81.9

80.3
81.0
83.3
85.6
87.2
88.1
88.9
89.8
90.6
90.4
88.0
89.3
88.5
87.5
85.8
84.4
83.8
83.3
82.4
81.7
81.5
81.8
80.9

81.0
81.8
84.1
86.5
88.0
88.9
89.8
90.6
90.7
88.6
87.9
88.4
87.4
86.4
85.0
83.8
83.2
82.5
81.7
81.2
81.0
81.2
80.2

81.8
82.6
85.0
87.3
88.9
89.8
89.9
90.5
89.3
88.4
87.8
87.4
86.3
85.4
84.3
83.3
82.4
81.5
81.3
-

-5

10

82.6
83.3
85.8
88.1
89.7
90.6
89.6
89.4
88.9
88.2
87.6
86.4
85.5
84.6
83.6
82.2
81.4
81.2
-

82.1
82.9
85.3
87.7
89.7
90.1
87.9
87.7
87.3
86.7
86.0
84.4
83.5
82.5
81.4
80.1
-

82.9
83.6
86.1
88.5
89.1
88.4
87.5
87.2
86.8
86.1
84.8
83.6
82.4
81.7
80.7
-

83.6
84.4
86.9
88.8
88.3
87.7
87.0
86.7
85.8
84.7
83.5
82.1
81.2
81.3
-

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(ft)

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF
INTRODUCTION
The information and procedures in this subsection are provided so that
the level of safety implicit in the scheduled takeoff performance can be
regularly achieved under normal and abnormal conditions.

TAKEOFF PROCEDURES

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Refer to Section 4 - Normal Procedures for more detailed information


on takeoff technique.
In the event of an engine failure during takeoff, V2 will be achieved by
35 ft. Refer to Section 3 - Emergency and Abnormal Procedures for
more detailed information.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-37

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINATION OF TAKEOFF


WEIGHT - ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE
Takeoff data:
Airplane Model ......................................................... EMB-135BJ
Runway Length Available ........................................ 5000 ft
Runway Slope.......................................................... -1%
(DOWNHILL)
Obstacle (from brake release) ................................. 1100 ft HIGH
AT 25000 ft
Airport Pressure Altitude .......................................... SL
Airport Temperature................................................. 30C
Reported Wind ......................................................... 10 kt
(HEADWIND)
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Takeoff Technique ................................................... STATIC
Thrust Mode............................................................. ALT T/O-1
Anti-Ice..................................................................... OFF
Brakes...................................................................... ER (P/N 2-1582)
1 - Determine the maximum takeoff weight climb limited:
52900 lb

2 - Determine the maximum takeoff weight field length limited:


41000 lb
3 - Determine the maximum takeoff weight brake energy limited:
52900 lb

5%

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

4 - Determine the Obstacle Clearance Reference Gradient using the


lowest among weights determined in steps 1, 2 and 3 and the
Maximum Takeoff Weight (structural):

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

5 - Determine obstacle height and distance from reference zero:


Height:

1100 ft

Calculation: height = 1100 +

(5000) = 1150 ft
100

Distance: 25000 ft
Calculation: distance = 25000 - 5000 = 20000 ft

6 - Determine height above reference zero from the obstacle


clearance chart:
1100 ft
The airplane will not clear the obstacle.

7 - Determine a lower weight to verify if the obstacle will be cleared.


Assume 38000 lb.

8 - The next step is to determine the required runway length for the
new weight, by entering the Maximum Takeoff Weight Field Length
Limited chart in the reverse way.
4400 ft

9 - Determine new reference gradient:


6.2%
10 - Determine the new obstacle height and distance from reference
zero:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Height
Distance

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

1144 ft
20600 ft

S5-39

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

11 - Determine the new airplane height above reference zero:

Height
Clearance

1225 ft
81 ft

Failure to clear the obstacle requires that the procedure be


repeated for a lower weight.

12 - The level off height for this condition is:


1600 ft

13 - Interpolate between higher weight and lower weight to determine


the height for zero feet clearance:
Calculation: weight = 38000 + 81 x

(41000 - 38000)
(50 + 81)

= 39860 lb

14 - Determine V1, VR, V2 and final segment speed:

S5-40

110 KIAS
117 KIAS
126 KIAS
156 KIAS

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

V1
VR
V2
VFS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF CLIMB

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The maximum takeoff weight for altitude and temperature in


compliance with the airworthiness climb requirements is shown in the
Maximum Takeoff Weight - Climb Limited charts.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-41

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF
CHARTS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

WEIGHT

- CLIMB LIMITED

USE
Enter the appropriate chart with Static Air Temperature and airport
pressure altitude to read the climb limited weight.
Six charts for takeoffs with flaps 9 are provided, according to the
following options:
- ALT T/O-1,T/O or E T/O thrust rating modes,
- FADEC REF A/ICE on or off.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Thrust Mode............................................................. T/O
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
FADEC REF A/ICE .................................................. OFF
Static Air Temperature ............................................. 10C
Airport Pressure Altitude .......................................... 8000 ft
Determine:

S5-42

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Climb Limited Weight ............................................... 49000 lb

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - CLIMB LIMITED


FLAPS 9
ALT T/O-1 MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF

54000

52000

-1000
SL
1000
2000

48000

3000
4000
46000

5000
6000
44000

7000

8000

42000

9000

CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

50000

40000

135BJFAA092 - 23APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: Refer to Section 2 - Limitations


for Maximum Structural Takeoff
Weight associated to each model.

10000

38000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
36000
-70

-60

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-43

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - CLIMB LIMITED


FLAPS 9
ALT T/O-1 MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE ON

54000

-1000
SL
1000 to 3000
4000

52000

50000

48000

6000
46000

7000
44000

42000

8000

NOTE: Refer to Section 2 - Limitations


for Maximum Structural Takeoff
Weight associated to each model.

40000

9000

CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

5000

10000

36000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
34000
-60

-55

-50

-45

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

10

15

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-44

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA093 - 22ABR2002

38000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - CLIMB LIMITED


FLAPS 9
T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF

54000

52000

-1000
SL
1000
2000

48000

3000

4000
46000

5000

6000
44000

7000
8000

42000

9000

CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

50000

40000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Takeoff
Weight associated to each model.
2) Packs may be on, if supplied by APU.

10000
38000

135BJFAA090 - 19APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
36000
-60

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-45

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - CLIMB LIMITED


FLAPS 9
T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE ON

54000

-1000 to 3000
52000

4000
50000

48000

6000
46000

7000

44000

8000

42000

40000

9000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Takeoff
Weight associated to each model.
2) Packs may be on, if supplied by APU.

38000

36000

10000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
34000
-60

-55

-50

-45

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

10

15

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-46

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA091 - 19APR2002

CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

5000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - CLIMB LIMITED


FLAPS 9
E T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF

54000

-1000
SL
1000

52000

4000

48000

5000
6000

46000

7000
44000

8000

9000
42000

135BJFAA321 - 23OUT2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

40000

10000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Takeoff
Weight associated to each model.
2) Packs may be on, if supplied by APU.

CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

50000

2000
3000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
38000

36000
-70

-60

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-47

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - CLIMB LIMITED


FLAPS 9
E T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE ON

54000

52000

-1000 to 6000

8000

48000

9000

46000

44000

42000

40000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Takeoff
Weight associated to each model.

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
38000

36000
-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-48

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA322 - 23OUT2002

10000

CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

50000

7000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF FIELD LENGTHS


The maximum takeoff weight to enable compliance with operating
regulations relating to takeoff field lengths is shown in the Maximum
Takeoff Weight - Field Length Limited charts.

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF
LIMITED CHARTS

WEIGHT

FIELD

LENGTH

USE
Choose the appropriate chart according to FADEC REF A/ICE setting.
Enter chart 1 of 2 with the Static Air Temperature and go to the Airport
Pressure Altitude to read the transfer scale. Enter chart 2 of 2 with
runway length available and go through runway slope and wind
component corrections. Enter with the transfer scale value and go to
the weight reference line. Follow the guidelines until intercepting the
horizontal line from the runway length and read the field length limited
weight.
Twelve charts for takeoffs with flaps 9 are provided, according to the
following options:
ALT T/O-1, T/O or E T/O Thrust Rating Modes,
FADEC REF A/ICE on or off.
EXAMPLE
Given:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Takeoff Mode........................................................... T/O
Static Air Temperature............................................. 25C
Airport Pressure Altitude.......................................... 3000 ft
Runway Length Available ........................................ 6000 ft
FADEC REF A/ICE .................................................. OFF
Runway Slope ....................................................... +1% (UPHILL)
Wind ....................................................................... 10 kt
(HEADWIND)
Determine:
Transfer Scale ......................................................... 4700
Field Length Limited Weight .................................. 41500 lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-49

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT


FIELD LENGTH LIMITED
ALT T/O-1 MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH
FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2

9000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Weight.

8000

7000

6000

10000

TRANSFER SCALE

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

5000

8000

6000

4000

4000

SL

-1000

3000

-70

S5-50

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA115A - 24APR2002

2000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


ALT T/O-1 MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2
24000

135BJFAA115B - 24APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

RUNWAY LENGTH - ft

20000

22000

20000

18000

18000

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

TRANSFER SCALE

NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for


Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

REF. LINE

22000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

24000

14000
0
-2 -1 16000
1 18000
2
DOWN
UP

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

20000
-10 0 22000
10 20 24000
30

TAIL

26000

28000

30000

32000

34000

36000

38000

40000

42000

44000

46000

48000

50000

52000

54000

HEAD

WIND - kt

WEIGHT - lb
B

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-51

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT


FIELD LENGTH LIMITED
ALT T/O-1 MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH
FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2

9000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Weight.

8000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

6000

10000

TRANSFER SCALE

7000

5000

8000

6000

4000

4000
2000

3000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-52

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA116A - 24APR2002

SL

-1000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


ALT T/O-1 MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH - FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2
24000

REF. LINE

NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for


Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

135BJFAA116B - 25APR2002

RUNWAY LENGTH - ft

20000

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

22000

20000

18000

18000

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

TRANSFER SCALE

REF. LINE

22000

REF. LINE

24000

0
14000
1 18000
-2 -1 16000
0
2
DOWN

UP

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

20000
10 20 24000
30
-10 0 22000
TAIL

HEAD

26000

28000

30000

32000

34000

36000

38000

40000

42000

44000

46000

48000

50000

52000

54000

WEIGHT - lb

WIND - kt
10kt
B
B
10kt
0B
B
0B

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-53

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT


FIELD LENGTH LIMITED
T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH
FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2

9000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Weight;
2) Packs may be on, if supplied by APU.
8000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
6000

TRANSFER SCALE

7000

10000
5000

9000

8000
7000

6000
4000

4000
3000
2000
1000
SL
-1000
3000

-70

S5-54

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJCTA113A - 24APR2002

5000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2

135BJFAA113B - 24APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

RUNWAY LENGTH - ft

20000

22000

20000

18000

18000

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

TRANSFER SCALE

NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for


Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

22000

24000

REF. LINE

24000

14000
-2 -1 16000
0
2
1 18000
DOWN

UP

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

20000
-10 0 22000
10 20 24000
30
TAIL

26000

28000

30000

32000

34000

36000

38000

40000

42000

44000

46000

48000

50000

52000

54000

HEAD

WIND - kt

WEIGHT - lb
11B
B
BB

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-55

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT


FIELD LENGTH LIMITED
T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH
FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2

8000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Weight;
2) Packs may be on if supplied by APU.

7000

6000

10000
5000

TRANSFER SCALE

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

9000

8000
7000

6000
4000

5000

4000
3000

3000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-56

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA114A - 24APR2002

2000
1000
SL
-1000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH - FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2
24000

135BJFAA114B - 24APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

REF. LINE

NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for


Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

22000

20000

20000

18000

18000

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

14000
2
0 1 18000
-2 -116000
DOWN

UP

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

20000
-10 0 22000
10 2024000
30
TAIL

26000

28000

30000

32000

34000

36000

38000

40000

42000

44000

46000

48000

50000

52000

TRANSFER SCALE

RUNWAY LENGTH - ft

22000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

24000

0
54000

HEAD

WIND - KT

WEIGHT - lb
1B

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-57

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT


FIELD LENGTH LIMITED
E T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH
FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2
11000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Weight;
2) Packs may be on, if supplied by APU.

10500

10000

9500

9000

8500

7500

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
7000

6500

TRANSFER SCALE

8000

6000

10000
9000

5500

8000
8000
5000

7000
6000

4000

3500

3000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-58

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA323A - 07JUL2005

4500

5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
SL
-1000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


E T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2
19000

17000

17000

16000

16000

15000

15000

14000

14000

135BJFAA323B - 23OUT2002

RUNWAY LENGTH - ft

13000

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

18000

13000

NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for


Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

12000

12000

11000

11000

10000

10000

9000

9000

8000

8000

7000

7000

6000

6000

5000

5000

4000

4000

3000

3000

TRANSFER SCALE

18000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

19000

2000

2000
2000
-2

4000
-1

6000
0

8000
10000
18000
2 12000 14000
-10 16000
30 24000 26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000
0
10 20000
20 22000
1

DOWN

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

UP

TAIL

HEAD

WEIGHT - lb

WIND - kt

S5-59

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT


FIELD LENGTH LIMITED
E T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH
FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2

10000

NOTE: 1) Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for


Maximum Takeoff Structural Weight;
2) Packs may be on, if supplied by APU.

9500

9000

8500

8000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
7000

6500

10000

6000

TRANSFER SCALE

7500

9000
5500

8000
5000

7000

6000
4500

4000
3000
2000
1000
SL
-1000

4000

3500

3000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-60

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA324A - 23OUT2002

5000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


E T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH - FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2
20000

18000

REF. LINE

19000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

20000

17000

16000

16000

15000

15000

14000

14000
13000

NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for


Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

12000

12000

11000

11000

10000

10000

9000

9000

8000

8000

7000

7000

6000

6000

5000

5000

4000

4000

3000

3000

2000

2000

1000

1000

TRANSFER SCALE

RUNWAY LENGTH - ft
135BJFAA324B - 23OCT2002

18000

17000

13000

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

19000

0
2000
-2

4000
-1

6000
0

DOWN

8000
10000
12000 14000
18000
2
-10 16000
30 24000 26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000
1
0
10 20000
20 22000
DOWN
UP
WEIGHT - lb
UP

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WIND - kt

S5-61

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-62

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

BRAKE ENERGY
The maximum takeoff weight to enable compliance with brake energy
requirements is shown in the Maximum Takeoff Weight - Brake Energy
Limited charts.

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - BRAKE ENERGY


LIMITED CHARTS
Six charts for takeoffs with flaps 9 are provided and allow obtaining
the Maximum Takeoff Weight Brake Energy Limited for ALT T/O-1 or
T/O Thrust Rating Modes, for airplanes equipped with ER brakes
(P/N 2-1582) or with LR brakes (P/N 2-1624).
The identification of which brakes equip a given airplane can be done
through the tire size stamped in its side:
ER brakes: 30 X 9.5-14 tires.
LR brakes: H30 X 9.5-16 tires.
USE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Enter the chart with the Static Air Temperature and go to the Airport
Pressure Altitude. Go to the right to the wind reference line and follow
the guide lines until intercepting the current wind. From this point, go to
the right to the slope reference line and follow the guide lines until
intercepting the current slope. Go to the right to read the maximum
takeoff weight as limited by brake energy.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-63

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EXAMPLE
Given:
Thrust Mode............................................................. T/O
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Static Air Temperature ............................................. 10C
Airport pressure altitude........................................... 8000 ft
Wind ....................................................................... 0 kt
Runway slope ........................................................ 0%
Brakes...................................................................... ER (P/N 2-1582)
Determine:

S5-64

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Brake energy limited weight..................................... 49200 lb

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - BRAKE ENERGY LIMITED


o

FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE


ER BRAKES P/N 2-1582

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

56000

54000

52000

50000
SL
POINTS TO THE LEFT
OF THE DASHED
LINE
ARE
NOT
BRAKE
ENERGY
LIMITED.

1000

48000

2000

3000
4000

WEIGHT - lb

-1000

46000

5000
6000
7000

44000

8000
9000

135BJFAA285 - 23APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

10000

-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

POINTS
TO
THE
RIGHT
OF
THE
DASHED LINE ARE
NOT BRAKE ENERGY
LIMITED

40

50

60

42000

-10
70

0
80

10
90

20
100

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30
110
HEAD

WIND - Kt

-2
120

-1
130

0
140

1
150

DOWN

40000
2
160
UP

SLOPE - %

S5-65

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - BRAKE ENERGY LIMITED


FLAPS 9o - T/O MODE
ER BRAKES P/N 2-1582

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

56000

54000

52000

50000

SL

POINTS TO THE LEFT


OF THE DASHED
LINE
ARE
NOT
BRAKE
ENERGY
LIMITED.

48000

1000
2000

WEIGHT - lb

-1000

3000

46000

4000

5000
6000

7000
8000

44000

9000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

42000

POINTS
TO
THE
RIGHT
OF
THE
DASHED LINE ARE
NOT BRAKE ENERGY
LIMITED.

40

50

60

-10
70

0
80

10
90

20
100

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

HEAD

WIND - Kt

S5-66

30
110

-2
120

-1
130

0
140

1
150

DOWN

40000
2
160
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA286 - 05APR2002

10000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - BRAKE ENERGY LIMITED


FLAPS 9o - E T/O MODE
ER BRAKES P/N 2-1582
REF.

REF.

56000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
54000

52000

50000

-1000

48000
1000
2000
3000

46000

4000
5000

POINTS TO THE
LEFT OF THE
DASHED LINE ARE
NOT BRAKE ENERGY
LIMITED.

WEIGHT - lb

SL

44000

6000
7000

42000

8000
9000

10000

40000

135BJFAA325 - 23OUT2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

POINTS TO THE
RIGHT OF THE
DASHED LINE ARE
NOT BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITED

-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

38000

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

HEAD

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

WIND - Kt

120
-2

130
-1

140
0

150
1

36000
160
2
UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

S5-67

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - BRAKE ENERGY LIMITED


FLAPS 9o - ALT T/O-1 MODE
LR BRAKES P/N 2-1624
REF. LINE

REF.

54000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

53000
2000

52000

3000

4000

51000

POINTS
TO
THE
LEFT
OF
THE
DASHED LINE ARE
NOT BRAKE ENERGY
LIMITED.

6000

7000

50000
POINTS
TO
THE
RIGHT
OF
THE
DASHED LINE ARE
NOT BRAKE ENERGY
LIMITED

WEIGHT - lb

5000

49000

8000

48000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

HEAD

WIND - Kt

S5-68

110
30

120
-2

130
-1

140
0

150
1

DOWN

46000
160
2
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA111 - 23APR2002

47000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - BRAKE ENERGY LIMITED


FLAPS 9o - T/O MODE
LR BRAKES P/N 2-1624

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

54000

53000
2000

52000
3000

5000
POINTS TO THE LEFT
OF THE DASHED
LINE
ARE
NOT
BRAKE
ENERGY
LIMITED.

50000
6000

7000

49000

POINTS
TO
THE
RIGHT
OF THE DASHED LINE
NOT
ARE
BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITED.

8000

WEIGHT - lb

51000

4000

48000

9000

135BJFAA112 - 23APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

47000

-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

-10
70

0
80

10
90

20
100

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30
110
HEAD

WIND - kt

-2
120

-1
130

0
140

1
150

DOWN

46000
2
160
UP

SLOPE - %

S5-69

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT - BRAKE ENERGY LIMITED


FLAPS 9o - E T/O MODE
LR BRAKES P/N 2-1624

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

56000

54000

-1000

52000
SL
1000
2000

50000

4000
POINTS TO THE LEFT
OF THE
DASHED
LINE
ARE
NOT
BRAKE
ENERGY
LIMITED.

5000

48000

6000
7000

WEIGHT - lb

3000

8000

46000
9000

10000

POINTS
TO
THE
RIGHT
OF THE DASHED LINE
NOT
BRAKE
ARE
ENERGY LIMITED

44000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

-10
70

0
80

10
90

20
100

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

HEAD

WIND - Kt

S5-70

30
110

-2
120

-1
130

0
140

1
150

DOWN

40000
2
160
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA326 - 17OUT2002

42000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

NET TAKEOFF FLIGHT PATH


The net flight path graphs are provided to allow calculation of obstacle
clearance after takeoff. It is necessary to establish that all obstacles in
the takeoff path will be cleared, once this is done there is no need for
proceeding further with the calculations.
The construction of the flight path assumes that the airplane is flown in
the following manner:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Engine failure has been recognized at V1.


Landing gear is selected up after liftoff, with positive rate of
climb. At the end of the takeoff distance, where the net flight
path begins, the landing gear is still retracting. The speed is V2.
The climb is continued to the acceleration height where the
airplane accelerates in level flight to the final segment speed,
and retracts the flaps.
When final segment speed is reached, and flaps are retracted,
climb is resumed as far as necessary.
If the flight path has to be extended beyond the limits of the net
flight path data, the enroute climb chart must be used.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-71

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-72

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF NET FLIGHT PATH - REFERENCE


GRADIENT
The reference gradient to be used on the obstacle analysis is shown in
the Obstacle Clearance - Reference Gradient chart.

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


CHARTS
USE
Choose the appropriate chart considering FADEC REF A/ICE and
Thrust Rating Mode options.
Enter chart 1 of 2 with the Static Air Temperature and go to the Airport
Pressure Altitude to read the transfer scale. Enter chart 2 of 2 with the
transfer scale value and go to the weight reference line. Then, follow
the guide lines until intercepting the current weight. From the
interception, go to the right to read the reference gradient.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Thrust Mode............................................................. T/O
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
FADEC REF A/ICE .................................................. OFF
Static air temperature ............................................ 5C
Airport pressure altitude ........................................ 6000 ft
Weight .................................................................... 42000 lb
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Reference gradient .................................................. 4 %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-73

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

1000
4

TRANSFER SCALE

2000

3000

4000

5000
3

6000

7000

8000

10000
1

-60

S5-74

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJCTA096A - 04APR2002

9000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2

18

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA096B - 24APR2002

TRANSFER SCALE

16

17
16

15

15

14

14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

-1

-1

-2

-2

-3

-3

-4

-4

REFERENCE GRADIENT - % .

17

REF. LINE

18

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-75

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000

SL, 1000, 2000


3000
5

4000

5000
4

7000

TRANSFER SCALE

6000

8000
2

9000

-60

S5-76

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA097A - 24APR2002

10000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2

18

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA097B - 24APR2002

17
16

15

15

14

14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

-1

-1

-2

-2

-3

-3

REFERENCE GRADIENT - % .

TRANSFER SCALE

16

18
REF. LINE

17

-4

-4
26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-77

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
7

SL

1000

2000
6

3000
4000
5000
5

7000

8000
4

9000

10000

TRANSFER SCALE

6000

-70

S5-78

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA094A - 24APR2002

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2

18

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA094B - 24APR2002

TRANSFER SCALE

16

17
16

15

15

14

14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

-1

-1

-2

-2

-3

-3

-4

-4

REFERENCE GRADIENT - % .

17

REF. LINE

18

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-79

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9- T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

1000

2000
6

3000
4000
5000

7000
4

8000
9000

TRANSFER SCALE

6000

10000
3

-70

S5-80

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA095A - 24APR2002

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - T/O MODE - FADEC REF A/ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2

18

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA095B - 24APR2002

TRANSFER SCALE

16

17
16

15

15

14

14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

-1

-1

-2

-2

-3

-3

-4

-4

REFERENCE GRADIENT - % .

17

REF. LINE

18

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-81

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF - E T/O MODE
CHART 1 OF 2

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
7

-1000
SL
6

1000

2000
3000

5000
6000
4

7000

8000

TRANSFER SCALE

4000

9000
3

10000

-70

S5-82

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJCTA327A - 18SEP2002

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - FADEC REF A/ICE OFF - E T/O MODE
CHART 2 OF 2

REF. LINE

20

18

16

14

10

TRANSFER SCALE

12

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJCTA327B - 18SEP2002

-2
26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - kg

S5-83

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - FADEC REF A/ICE ON - E T/O MODE
CHART 1 OF 2

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
7

-1000
SL
6

1000

2000
3000
5

5000

6000

7000

8000

TRANSFER SCALE

4000

9000

10000

-70

S5-84

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA328A - 31OUT2002

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE - REFERENCE GRADIENT


FLAPS 9 - FADEC REF A/ICE ON - E T/O MODE
CHART 2 OF 2

20

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA328B - 31OUT2002

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

-2

-2

REFERENCE GRADIENT - %

TRANSFER SCALE

REF. LINE

20

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-85

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-86

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF NET FLIGHT PATH - OBSTACLE


CLEARANCE
The takeoff net flight path for the first and second segment is shown in
Obstacle Clearance chart.
Associated conditions:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Airspeed................................................................... VLOF TO V2
(FIRST
SEGMENT)
V2 (SECOND
SEGMENT)
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Landing gear............................................................ RETRACTING
(FIRST
SEGMENT) UP
(SECOND
SEGMENT)
Operating engine ..................................................... TAKEOFF
POWER

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-87

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE CHARTS


USE
Enter chart with the obstacle horizontal distance from reference zero,
wind component, and the Reference Gradient. Read the obstacle
height above reference zero and the Level Off Height.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Thrust Mode............................................................. T/O
Chart ........................................................................ CLOSE-IN
Horizontal distance from reference zero.................. 8500 ft
Wind component ...................................................... 20 kt
(HEADWIND)
Reference gradient .................................................. 14%
Determine:

S5-88

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Level Off Height ....................................................... 1150 ft


Height above reference zero ................................... 1100 ft

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE
ALT T/O-1 & T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - DISTANT
1800

REFERENCE GRADIENT AT 400 ft HEIGHT

OBSTACLE HEIGHT FROM REF. ZERO - ft

1600

15%

13%
11% 9%

1400

8% 7%

6%

5%

4%
3%
1200

2%
1000

1%

800

1500 ft

1400 ft
600

1200 ft

1000 ft
800 ft

400

600 ft
200

GROSS HEIGHT - ft

400 ft
200 ft

30
-200
30

WIND - kt

20
20 -400

135BJFAA098A - 19OCT2001

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

10
10 -600

0
0 -800

REF. LINE

-10 -1000
-10

-1200
0

5000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

10000

15000

20000

25000

30000

35000

40000

45000

50000

55000

60000

65000

70000

75000

80000

85000

90000

95000

100000

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE FROM REFERENCE ZERO - ft

S5-89

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE
ALT T/O-1 & T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - CLOSE-IN
1800

OBSTACLE HEIGHT FROM REF. ZERO - ft

REFERENCE GRADIENT AT 400 ft HEIGHT


1600

15%

13%

11%

9%

1500 ft

8%

1400

1400 ft

7%
1200

1200 ft
6%
1000

1000 ft
5%
800

800 ft

4%
600

600 ft
3%
400

400 ft
2%
200

200 ft

1%
0

GROSS HEIGHT - ft
30
-200
30

WIND - kt

20
-400

10
-600

0
-800

-1200
0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

6000

7000

8000

9000

10000

11000

12000

13000

14000

15000

16000

17000

18000

19000

20000

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE FROM REFERENCE ZERO - ft

S5-90

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA098B - 19OCT2001

REF. LINE
-10
-1000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE
E T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - DISTANT
1650

15%

1500

13%

OBSTACLE HEIGHT FROM REF. ZERO - ft

11% 9%

REFERENCE GRADIENT AT 400 ft HEIGHT


8% 7%

1350

6%

5%

4%
3%
1200

2%
1050
900

1%
750

1500 ft

1400 ft
600

1200 ft

1000 ft
450

800 ft
300

600 ft

GROSS HEIGHT - ft

400 ft

150

200 ft
0

30

30
-150
20

20
-300

135BJFAA330 - 23OUT2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

WIND - kt

10

10
-450
0

0
-600

REF. LINE

-10 -750
-10
-900
0

5000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

10000

15000

20000

25000

30000

35000

40000

45000

50000

55000

60000

65000

70000

75000

80000

85000

90000

95000 100000 105000

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE FROM REFERENCE ZERO - ft

S5-91

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

OBSTACLE CLEARANCE
E T/O MODE - FLAPS 9 - CLOSE-IN
1650

REFERENCE GRADIENT AT 400 ft HEIGHT

OBSTACLE HEIGHT FROM REF. ZERO - ft

1500

15%

13%

11%

9%

1500 ft

8%

1350

1400 ft
1200

7%
1200 ft

1050

6%
1000 ft

900

5%
750

800 ft

4%

600

600 ft
450

3%
400 ft

300

2%
200 ft

150

1%

GROSS HEIGHT - ft

30
30
-150

WIND - kt

-300
20
-450
10
-600
0

-900
0

2000

4000

6000

8000

10000

12000

14000

16000

18000

20000

HORIZONTAL DISTANCE FROM REFERENCE ZERO - ft

S5-92

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA329 - 23OUT2002

REF. LINE
-750
-10

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

MAXIMUM LEVEL OFF HEIGHT CHART


USE
Enter chart with the Reference Gradient. Read the Maximum Level Off
Height.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Reference gradient .................................................. 3%
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Maximum Level Off Height ...................................... 1350 ft

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-93

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LEVEL OFF HEIGHT


FLAPS 9
1700

1600

1500

1400

MAXIMUM LEVEL OFF HEIGHT - ft

1300

1200

1100

1000

900

800

700

600

400

S5-94

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

REFERENCE GRADIENT - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA333 - 23OUT2002

500

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF NET
SEGMENT

FLIGHT

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

PATH

THIRD

The horizontal distance required for acceleration to the final segment


speed and flap retraction to 0 is given in the Third Segment Horizontal
Distance chart.
The height of the third segment acceleration may be varied to suit the
current conditions. The lower limit is 400 ft above the runway surface,
the upper limit is 1500 ft above the runway surface. In general, since
most obstacles are close in, it will be advantageous to use the greatest
acceleration height, but if the critical obstacle is a long way out it may
be better to accelerate at the minimum height in order to improve the
later stages of the flight path.
If obstacles exists both close in and far out, there may be an
advantage in accelerating at an intermediate height.
If there are no obstacles, any convenient height between the two limits
may be selected for the acceleration.
Associated conditions:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Airspeed................................................................... V2 TO VFS
Flaps ........................................................................ RETRACTING
FROM 9 TO
ZERO
Landing gear............................................................ UP
Operating engine ..................................................... TAKEOFF
POWER

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-95

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

THIRD SEGMENT HORIZONTAL DISTANCE CHART


USE
Enter the chart with the reference gradient, level off height, wind
component and flap actuation. Read the third segment horizontal
distance.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Reference Gradient.................................................. 5%
Level Off height........................................................ 1000 ft
Wind component ...................................................... 30 kt
(HEADWIND)
Flap Actuation .......................................................... B (normal
condition)
Determine:

S5-96

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Third Segment Horizontal Distance ......................... 8000 ft

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
135BJFAA100 - 24OCT2001

THIRD SEGMENT HORIZONTAL DISTANCE


FLAPS 9 - T/O & ALT T/O-1 MODE
34000

WIND SPEED - kt
32000

-10

30000

0
THIRD SEGMENT HORIZONTAL DISTANCE - ft

28000

Flap Actuation
A - One flap channel inoperative
B - Both flap channels operative (normal condition)

10

26000

20
30

24000
22000
20000
18000
16000
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
REF. LINE

2000

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

LEVEL OFF
HEIGHT - ft

1500
-2000

REF. LINE

1000
-4000
-6000
400
-8000
-1
A

0
B

FLAP ACTUATION

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

REFERENCE GRADIENT - %

S5-97

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

135BJFAA332 - 23OUT2002

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

THIRD SEGMENT HORIZONTAL DISTANCE


FLAPS 9 - E T/O MODE

42000
40000

THIRD SEGMENT HORIZONTAL DISTANCE - ft

38000
36000

WIND SPEED - kt

34000

-10

Flap Actuation
A - One flap channel inoperative
B - Both flap channels operative (normal condition)

32000

0
10
20
30

30000
28000
26000
24000
22000
20000
18000
16000
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
REF. LINE

2000

-2000
1500
-4000
1000
-6000

REF. LINE

-8000
400
-10000

A
-1

0
B

FLAP ACTUATION

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

REFERENCE GRADIENT - %

S5-98

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

LEVEL OFF
HEIGHT - ft

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF NET
SEGMENT

FLIGHT

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

PATH

FINAL

The net gradient of climb between the end of the third segment and
1500 ft height point is shown in the Final Segment Net Gradient of
Climb chart.
Associated conditions:
Airspeed................................................................... VFS
Flaps ........................................................................ UP
Landing gear............................................................ UP
Operating engine ..................................................... TAKEOFF
POWER (MAX
CONTINUOUS
AFTER
5 MINUTES)

FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB CHART


USE
Enter the chart with the reference gradient and wind component. Read
the final segment net gradient of climb.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Thrust Mode............................................................. T/O
Reference Gradient ................................................. 12%
Wind component...................................................... 20 kt
(HEADWIND)
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Final segment net gradient of climb ........................ 9%

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-99

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB


TAKEOFF FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE

15

WIND COMPONENT - kt
14

30
13

20
12

10
0

FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB - %

11

10

-10
9

-1
0

S5-100

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

REFERENCE GRADIENT AT 400 ft HEIGHT - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA102 - 19OCT2001

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB


TAKEOFF FLAPS 9 - T/O MODE

15

14

WIND COMPONENT - kt
13

30

12

20
10

FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB - %

11

0
10

-10

135BJFAA101 - 19OCT2001

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-1
0

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

REFERENCE GRADIENT AT 400 ft HEIGHT - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-101

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB


TAKEOFF FLAPS 9 - E T/O MODE

15

WIND COMPONENT - kt
14

30
20

13

10

12

FINAL SEGMENT NET GRADIENT OF CLIMB - %

0
11

10

-10
9

-1
0

S5-102

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

REFERENCE GRADIENT AT 400 ft HEIGHT- %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA331 - 23OUT2002

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF SPEEDS
The speeds to be used during takeoff are shown in the Takeoff
Speeds - V1, VR and V2 charts, Ground Minimum Control Speed - VMCG
chart, Air Minimum Control Speed - VMCA chart, and Final Segment
Speed - VFS chart.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Charts for flaps 9 are provided.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-103

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V1, VR AND V2 CHARTS


Three sets of charts for takeoffs with flaps 9 are provided. One set for
ALT T/O-1 Thrust Rating Mode, one for T/O Thrust Rating Mode and
other for E T/O Thrust Rating Mode.
NOTE: If the maximum takeoff weight is higher than the actual takeoff
weight, and if V1 for this maximum permitted takeoff weight is
higher than the V1 for actual weight, any V1 between the V1 for
the maximum takeoff weight and the V1 for the actual weight
may be used provided it is not higher than the VR for the actual
weight.
USE
Enter the appropriate chart with Static Air Temperature and go to the
Airport Pressure Altitude. Go to the right until intercepting the actual
weight line and read the desired speed.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Runway Length ........................................................ 6000 ft
Airport Pressure Altitude .......................................... 8000 ft
Runway Slope.......................................................... +1% (UPHILL)
Reported Wind ......................................................... 20 kt (HEAD)
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Takeoff Mode ........................................................... ALT T/O-1
FADEC REF A/ICE .................................................. OFF
Static Air Temperature ............................................. 0C
Airplane actual takeoff weight.................................. 38000 lb
Brakes...................................................................... ER (P/N 2-1582)
Determine:

V1
VR
V2
S5-104

Max. Takeoff Weight Actual Takeoff Weight


(39500 lb)
(38000 lb)
111 KIAS
108 KIAS
117 KIAS
115 KIAS
126 KIAS
123 KIAS
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

MaximumTakeoff Weight:
Field Length Limited ........................................... 39500 lb
Climb Limited ...................................................... 49000 lb
Brake Energy Limited ......................................... 52900 lb
Obstacle Clearance Limited................................ Not limiting
Takeoff Speeds:

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V1
FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

2000

4000
6000

8000

52000

50000

48942

48000

46000

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

32000

30000

28000

10000

135BJFAA103 - 25APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30

40

50

60

70

80
90

90

100
140 150 160
240 250 260
120 210 220
100 130 105
125 230 130
110 170 180
95 110 120
115 190 200
135 270 280

V1 - KIAS

S5-105

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - VR
FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL
2000

4000

6000

52000

48942

50000

48000

46000

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

30000

28000

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80
95

90

100
100

110

120
105 130

140
110

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

150

160
115 170

180
120 190

200
125 210

220
130 230

240
135

250

260
140

VR - KIAS

S5-106

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA104 - 25APR2002

10000

32000

8000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V2
FLAPS 9 - ALT T/O-1 MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

2000
4000

6000

220

52000

48942

48000

210
135

50000

46000

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

32000

28000

10000

30000

8000

135BJFAA105 - 25APR2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30

40

50

60

70

80

105
90

100

110

120

130
115

140

150
120

160

170
125

180

190
130 200

230
140 240

250
145

V2 - KIAS

S5-107

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V1
FLAPS 9 - T/O MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

2000
4000

6000

8000

52000

50000

48000
48942

46000

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

32000

30000

28000

10000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80
90

90

100
95 110 120
100 130 140
105 150 110
115 190 200
120 210 220
125 230 240
130 250 260
135 270 140
160 170 180
280

V1 - KIAS

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-108

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA106 - 25APR2002

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - VR
FLAPS 9 - T/O MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

2000
4000

6000

52000

210

50000

48000

200
130

48942

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

30000

28000

46000

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA107 - 25APR2002

10000

32000

8000

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

20

30

40

50

60
95

70

80
100

90

100
105

110

120
110

130

140
115

150

160
120

170

180
125

190

220
135

230

240
140

VR - KIAS

S5-109

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V2
FLAPS 9 - T/O MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

2000
4000

6000

210

52000

48000

135
200

50000

46000

190

48942

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

32000

28000

10000

30000

8000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80
105

90

100
110

110

120
115

130

140
120

150

160
125

170

180
130

140
220

230

145
240

V2 - KIAS

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-110

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA108 - 25APR2002

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V1
FLAPS 9 - ET/O MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

2000
4000

6000

8000

50000

52910

48942

48000

46000

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

32000

28000

26455
135BJFAA334 - 25OCT2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

30000

10000

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30

40

50

60

70

80
90

90

100
160 170 115
180 190 200
240 250 260
280
105 150 110
100 130 140
125 230 130
95 110 120
120 210 220
135 270 140

V1 - KIAS

S5-111

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - VR
FLAPS 9 - ET/O MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000

SL
2000

4000

6000

52900

52000

50000

48000

46000

44000

42000

40000

36000

34000

32000

30000

28000

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100
95 110 120
100 130 140
110 170 180
120 210 220
130 250 260
105 150 160
115 190 200
125 230 240
135 270 280
140 290 300

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

VR - KIAS

S5-112

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA335 - 25OCT2002

26455

10000

38000

8000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TAKEOFF SPEEDS - V2
FLAPS 9 - ET/O MODE - BALANCED FIELD LENGTH

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

2000

4000

6000

135BJFAA336 - 25OCT2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

52000

52900

50000

48000

46000

44000

42000

40000

38000

36000

34000

32000

30000

26455

10000

28000

8000

GROSS WEIGHT - lb

-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10

20

30

40

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

50

60

70

80

90 100 110 120 130 140


105 150 160
120 210 220
135 270 280
145 310 320
115 190 200
125 230 240
140 290 300
110 170 180
130 250 260

V2 - KIAS

S5-113

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-114

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

GROUND MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED - VMCG CHART,


AIR MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED - VMCA CHART AND
MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED DURING LANDING AND
APPROACH VMCL
Minimum Control Speed During Landing and Approach (VMCL) is equal
to 105 KIAS.
USE
- VMCG: enter the chart with the Static Air Temperature and reach the
applicable Airport Pressure Altitude. Then, go to the right to reach
the Weight Reference Line and follow the guide lines until
intercepting the appropriate weight. From the interception, go to the
right to read the VMCG value.
- VMCA: enter the chart with the Static Air Temperature and reach the
applicable Airport Pressure Altitude. Then, go to the right to reach
the Weight Reference Line and follow the guide lines until
intercepting the appropriate weight. From the interception, go to the
right to read the VMCA value.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Static air temperature .............................................. 0C
Airport pressure altitude .......................................... 6000 ft
Weight...................................................................... 44000 lb
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

VMCG ......................................................................... 96 KIAS


VMCA ......................................................................... 94 KIAS

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-115

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-116

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

GROUND MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED


FLAPS 9
REF. LINE

108

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

106

104

102

98

96

-1000

94

SL
1000

92

2000

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

100

3000

4000

90

5000

6000

88

7000

135BJFAA337 - 23OUT2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

8000

86

9000
10000

84

82
-40
-20
-80
-60
0
60
20
40
10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000 26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000
WEIGHT - lb
STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-117

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AIR MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED


FLAPS 9

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

118
116
114
112

-1000
SL

110

1000
2000

108

3000

106

4000

104
6000

102

7000

100

8000

98

9000

96

10000

94
92
90

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

5000

88
86
84
82
80

76
74
72
40 24000
60 26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000
0
20 22000
-60 14000
10000
20000
-80 12000
-40 16000
-20 18000
WEIGHT - lb
STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S5-118

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA338 - 23OUT2002

78

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

FINAL SEGMENT SPEED - VFS CHART


USE
Enter the chart with airplane weight to read the VFS.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Airplane gross weight .............................................. 38000 lb
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

VFS ........................................................................... 154 KIAS

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-119

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

FINAL SEGMENT SPEED


180
178
176
174
172
170
168
166
164

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

162
160
158
156
154
152
150
148
146
144
142
140
138
136
134

130
128

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

S5-120

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA117 - 23OCT2001

132

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

ENROUTE
INTRODUCTION
Enroute climb data is provided for assessing compliance with the
operating regulations relating to enroute flight.

ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - ONE ENGINE


INOPERATIVE
The one engine inoperative enroute net climb gradient is shown for
various pressure altitudes, static air temperatures, and weights.
Associated conditions:
Flaps ........................................................................ UP
Landing gear............................................................ UP
Operating engine ..................................................... MAXIMUM
CONTINUOUS
POWER
USE
Choose the appropriate chart considering anti-ice option.
Enter the chart 1 of 2 with the Static Air Temperature and go to the
Pressure Altitude to read the transfer scale value. Enter the chart 2 of
2 with the transfer scale value and go to the right to the weight
reference line. Follow the guide lines until intercepting the airplane
weight. From the interception, go to the right until the bleed reference
line and apply the correction if necessary. Then, read the Enroute Net
Climb Gradient.
EXAMPLE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Given:
Static Air Temperature............................................. 10C
Pressure altitude...................................................... 10000 ft
Airplane weight ........................................................ 40000 lb
Bleed........................................................................ CLOSED
Anti-ice..................................................................... OFF
Determine:
Enroute climb net gradient....................................... 4.0%
ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-121

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


FLAPS UP - ANTI-ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000
SL

3
2000

4000

2
6000

1
10000

12000

0
14000
16000

TRANSFER SCALE

8000

-1

18000
20000
22000

-2
24000
26000

28000

-3

30000

-4

40000
41000

-5

-70

S5-122

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA291A - 26OCT2004

32000
34000
36000
38000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


FLAPS UP - ANTI-ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

16

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA291B - 17NOV2004

TRANSFER SCALE

14

15
14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

-1

-1

-2

-2

-3

-3

-4

-4

-5

-5

-6

-6

ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - %

15

REF. LINE..

REF. LINE..

16

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000
CLD
OPN 56000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

BLEED

S5-123

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


FLAPS UP - ANTI-ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
-1000
SL to 2000

4000

3
6000

2
8000

0
12000

-1

14000

16000

-2

TRANSFER SCALE

10000

18000

-3
20000
22000

24000

-4

26000
28000
30000
32000
34000
36000, 38000,
40000, 41000

-5

-7

-70

S5-124

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA290A - 26OCT2004

-6

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


FLAPS UP - ANTI-ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA290B - 26OCT2004

14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

-1

-1

-2

-2

-3

-3

-4

-4

-5

-5

-6

-6

ENROUTE NET CLIMB GRADIENT - %

TRANSFER SCALE

14

16
15

REF. LINE..

15

REF. LINE..

16

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000
OFF
ON 56000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

PACKS

S5-125

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENROUTE CLIMB SPEED


The one engine inoperative Enroute Climb Speed is shown for various
weights.
Associated conditions:
Flaps ........................................................................ UP
Landing gear ............................................................ UP
Operating engine ..................................................... MAXIMUM
CONTINUOUS
POWER
USE
Enter the chart with the airplane gross weight to read the Enroute
Climb Speed.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Airplane gross weight .............................................. 44000 lb
Determine:

S5-126

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Airspeed................................................................... 164 KIAS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

ENROUTE CLIMB SPEED


180
178
176
174
172
170
168
166
164

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

162
160
158
156
154
152
150
148
146
144
142
140
138
136
134

135BJFAA203 - 19OCT2001

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

132
130
128

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-127

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENROUTE CLIMB WEIGHTS FOR POSITIVE NET


GRADIENT
The one-engine climb weights for positive net gradient are shown for
various pressure altitude and temperature relation to ISA.
USE
Choose the appropriate chart considering the anti-ice option.
Enter the chart with airplane weight and go to the temperature relation
to ISA line. From the interception, go to the right to the bleed
correction reference line and apply the correction if necessary. Then,
read the maximum operating altitude for that condition.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Airplane weight ........................................................ 32000 lb
Temperature in relation to ISA................................. ISA + 20C
Bleed ........................................................................ OPEN
Anti-ice ..................................................................... OFF
Determine:

S5-128

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Maximum Operating Pressure Altitude .................... 28000 ft

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENROUTE CLIMB WEIGHTS FOR POSITIVE NET GRADIENT


FLAPS UP - ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE - ANTI-ICE OFF
AE3007A1E ENGINES

REF. LINE

TEMPERATURE RELATION TO ISA (C)

ISA+10 AND BELOW


ISA+15

40000
38000
36000
34000

ISA+20
32000

ISA+25
ISA+30
ISA+35

28000
26000
24000
22000
20000
18000
16000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

30000

14000
12000

135BJFAA294 - 17NOV2004

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

10000
8000
6000
4000
24000

26000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

28000

30000

32000

34000

36000

38000

40000

WEIGHT - lb

42000

44000

46000

48000

50000

52000

54000
OPN

56000
CLD

BLEED

S5-129

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENROUTE CLIMB WEIGHTS FOR POSITIVE NET GRADIENT


FLAPS UP - ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE - ANTI-ICE ON
AE3007A1E ENGINES

38000

REF. LINE

TEMPERATURE RELATION TO ISA (C)

40000

36000
34000

ISA-15

ISA-10
ISA-5

32000

ISA-20 AND BELOW

28000

ISA-20 AND BELOW

ISA+10
26000

ISA-15
ISA+15

24000

ISA+20
ISA+25
ISA+30

22000
20000
18000
16000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

30000

ISA
ISA+5

14000
12000

8000
6000
4000

24000

26000

28000

30000

32000

34000

36000

38000

40000

42000

44000

WEIGHT - lb

46000

48000

50000

52000

ON
54000

OFF
56000

PACKS

S5-130

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA295 - 17NOV2004

10000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

APPROACH AND LANDING


INTRODUCTION
Information given herein is provided so that the level of safety implicit
in the scheduled landing performance can regularly be achieved.

PROCEDURES
For final approach, wing flaps should be in landing position and the
speed set according to the flap configuration given here. At 50 ft, the
thrust levers are reduced smoothly. When the airplane is firmly on the
ground with the nosewheel in contact, brakes are applied.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Refer to Section 4 - Normal Procedures for further information on


landing technique, and Section 3 - Emergency and Abnormal
Procedures when landing with one engine inoperative.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-131

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

APPROACH
GRADIENTS

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

AND

LANDING

CLIMB

The approach and landing climb gradients attained during a go-around


are shown for various Static Air Temperatures, airport pressure
altitudes, and airplane gross weights.

APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT


Two charts for Approach Climb Gradients are provided, according to
the following associated conditions:
Airspeed................................................................... APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
Anti Ice .................................................................... ON or OFF
Flaps ........................................................................ 9
Landing gear ............................................................ UP
Operating engine ..................................................... MAXIMUM
TAKEOFF
POWER

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT


Eight charts for Landing Climb Gradients are provided, according to
the following associated conditions:

S5-132

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Airspeed .................................................................. VREF XX


Anti Ice ..................................................................... ON or OFF
Flaps ........................................................................ 22 or 45
Landing gear ............................................................ DOWN
Engines .................................................................... MAXIMUM
TAKEOFF
POWER

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT CHARTS


LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT CHARTS

AND

USE
Choose the appropriate chart considering the anti-ice and flaps
options.
For each gradient, enter the chart 1 of 2 with the Static Air
Temperature and Airport Pressure Altitude to read the transfer scale
value. Enter the chart 2 of 2 with the value obtained from the first one,
go to the reference line and follow the guide lines until intercepting the
airplane weight. At the interception, go to the right to read the desired
gradient.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Static air temperature .............................................. 20C
Airport pressure altitude .......................................... 7000 ft
Airplane weight ........................................................ 40000 lb
Approach Flaps ....................................................... 9
Landing Flaps .......................................................... 22
Anti-ice..................................................................... OFF
Determine:
For Approach Climb:
Transfer Scale .................................................... 4.1
Gradient.............................................................. 5.3%

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

For Landing Climb:


Transfer Scale .................................................... 13.25
Gradient.............................................................. 16.0 %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-133

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE - FLAPS 9 - ANTI-ICE OFF


CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

6.5

6.0

5.5

5.0

-1000

4.5

SL

4.0

1000

3000

3.5
4000
5000

3.0

6000
7000

TRANSFER SCALE

2000

2.5

8000
9000

2.0

10000

1.5

11000

1.0

12000
13000

0.5

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
0.0

-60

S5-134

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA296A - 30OCT2009

13800

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE - FLAPS 9 - ANTI-ICE OFF


CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

18
REF. LINE

18

TRANSFER SCALE

16

17

16

15

15

14

14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA296B - 30OCT2009

-1

0
NOTE : IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON
AIRPLANE SURFACE WITHOUT ANTI-ICE
SYSTEM PROTECTION, REDUCE THE
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT BY 2.20%.

-1

-2

-2
26000

APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT - %

17

29000

32000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

35000

38000

41000

44000

47000

50000

53000

WEIGHT - lb

S5-135

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE - FLAPS 9 - ANTI-ICE ON


CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

6.5

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
-1000

6.0

SL

1000

5.5
2000 to 4000

5.0
5000

4.5

6000

7000

3.5

3.0
8000

2.5

TRANSFER SCALE

4.0

9000

2.0

1.5
10000

1.0

11000

0.5

12000

0.0

13800

-0.5

-60

S5-136

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA297A - 30OCT2009

13000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE - FLAPS 9 - ANTI-ICE ON


CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

18
REF. LINE

18

TRANSFER SCALE

16

135BJFAA297B - 30OCT2009

16

15

15

14

14

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

-1

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

17

-2

-1

NOTE : IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON AIRPLANE


SURFACE WITHOUT ANTI-ICE SYSTEM
PROTECTION, REDUCE THE LANDING CLIMB
GRADIENT BY 2.20%.

-2
-3

-3
27000

APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT - %

17

29000

31000

33000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

35000

37000

39000

41000

43000

45000

47000

49000

51000

53000

WEIGHT - lb

S5-137

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 22 - ANTI-ICE OFF


CHART 1 OF 2

AE3007A1E ENGINES

19

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
18

17

16

15

-1000

13

SL

1000

12
2000

3000

11

4000

TRANSFER SCALE

14

5000

10

6000

7000

8000

9000

8
10000

11000

12000

-70

S5-138

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA314A - 30OCT2009

13000

13800

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 22 - ANTI-ICE OFF


CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

46
REF. LINE

46

TRANSFER SCALE

42

135BJFAA314B - 30OCT2009

42

40

40

38

38

36

36

34

34

32

32

30

30

28

28

26

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

44

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

44

NOTE: IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON


AIRPLANE SURFACE WITHOUT ANTI-ICE
SYSTEM PROTECTION, REDUCE THE
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT BY 3.40%.

2
0

0
26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-139

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 22 - ANTI-ICE ON


CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

18

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
-1000

17

SL

1000
2000 to 4000

5000

16

15

14
6000

13
7000

8000

11

10

9000

TRANSFER SCALE

12

9
10000

8
11000

7
12000

6
13000

-60

S5-140

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA315A - 30OCT2009

13800

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 22 - ANTI-ICE ON


CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

46
REF. LINE

46

TRANSFER SCALE

42

44
42

40

40

38

38

36

36

34

34

32

32

30

30

28

28

26

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

6
4

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA315B - 30OCT2009

4
2

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

44

NOTE: IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON


AIRPLANE SURFACE WITHOUT ANTI-ICE
SYSTEM PROTECTION, REDUCE THE
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT BY 2.30%.

2
0

0
26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-141

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF


CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

14

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
13

12

11

10

-1000

SL
1000

7
2000
3000

4000

TRANSFER SCALE

5000

6000

7000

8000

9000

3
10000

11000

2
12000

-70

S5-142

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA316A - 30OCT2009

13000

13800

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF


CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

36
REF. LINE

36

TRANSFER SCALE

32

34

32

30

30

28

28

26

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA316B - 30OCT2009

-2

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

34

0
NOTE: IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON
AIRPLANE SURFACE WITHOUT ANTI-ICE
SYSTEM PROTECTION, REDUCE THE
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT BY 3.60%.

-2

-4
26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-4

WEIGHT - lb

S5-143

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON


CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

13

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
12

-1000

11

SL
1000

2000, 3000,
4000

10
5000

9
6000

7000

6
8000

TRANSFER SCALE

9000

4
10000

3
11000

2
12000

1
13000

-1

-60

S5-144

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJCTA340A - 15APR2009

0
13800

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT

ALL ENGINES - LANDING FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON


CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

34
REF. LINE

34

TRANSFER SCALE

30

32

30

28

28

26

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA340B - 30OCT2009

-2

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

32

NOTE: IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON


AIRPLANE SURFACE WITHOUT ANTI-ICE
SYSTEM PROTECTION, REDUCE THE
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT BY 2.10%.

-2

-4
26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-4

WEIGHT - lb

S5-145

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-146

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

APPROACH AND LANDING CLIMB


The maximum landing weight for altitude and temperature, in
compliance with the airworthiness climb requirements, is shown in the
Maximum Landing Weight - Approach Climb Limited charts and
Maximum Landing Weight - Landing Climb Limited charts.
Two Approach Climb Limited charts are presented for approach flaps
9 according to the anti-ice system condition (on or off).
Two Landing Climb Limited charts are presented for landing flaps 45
according to the anti-ice system condition (on or off).
The Maximum Landing Weight - Landing Climb Limited for landing
flaps 22 (anti-ice on or off) are always above the maximum structural
landing weight and is not presented herein.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The airspeeds related to the landing flaps are also presented.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-147

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - APPROACH CLIMB


LIMITED CHARTS AND LANDING CLIMB LIMITED
CHART
USE
Choose the appropriate chart considering the landing flaps and anti-ice
options.
Enter the chart with the Static Air Temperature and go to the Airport
Pressure Altitude. Read the desired climb limited weight.
NOTE: Anti-icing system must be off above 10C.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Static air temperature .............................................. 20C
Airport pressure altitude........................................... 8000 ft
Landing Flaps .......................................................... 45
Anti-ice ..................................................................... OFF
Determine:

S5-148

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Approach Climb Limited Weight .............................. 48000 lb


Landing Climb Limited Weight ................................. 51600 lb

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - APPROACH CLIMB LIMITED


APPROACH FLAPS 9 - ANTI-ICE OFF
AE3007A1E ENGINES

61000
59000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
57000

53000

-1000
SL

51000

2000
4000
5000
6000

49000
47000

7000

45000

8000

9000

43000
41000

10000
11000

39000
37000

13800

NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non


protected areas decrease the Maximum
Landing Weight by 8598 lb.
- Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for
Maximum Structural Landing Weight
associated to each model.

35000

REF. LINE

135BJFAA299 - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

12000
13000

APPROACH CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

55000

33000
31000

-60

-55

-50

-45

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65
2.0

70

75
2.5

AND BELOW

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

S5-149

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - APPROACH CLIMB LIMITED


APPROACH FLAPS 9 - ANTI-ICE ON
AE3007A1E ENGINES

62000
60000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

58000

-1000 to 4000

54000
6000

52000
7000

50000
48000

8000

46000
9000

44000
42000
10000

40000

11000

38000

APPROACH CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

56000

5000

12000
13000

34000

13800

REF. LINE

32000
30000
28000

-60

-55

-50

-45

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

10

15

2.0
20

25

2.5
30

AND BELOW

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

S5-150

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA300 - 30OCT2009

36000
NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non
protected areas decrease the Maximum
Landing Weight by 8598 lb.
- Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for
Maximum Structural Landing Weight
associated to each model.

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - LANDING CLIMB LIMITED


LANDING FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF
AE3007A1E ENGINES

59000
58000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

57000
56000
55000
54000
-1000

52000

1000
2000
3000

51000
50000

4000

49000

5000

48000

6000

47000

7000

46000
45000

8000

44000

9000

43000

10000

42000

11000

41000
NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non protected
areas decrease the Maximum Landing Weight
by 5732 lb.
- Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for Maximum
Structural Landing Weight associated to
each model.

40000

13000

39000

13800

REF. LINE

135BJFAA310 - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

12000

LANDING CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

53000

SL

38000
37000
36000
35000

-60

-55

-50

-45

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65
2.0

70

75
2.5

AND BELOW

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

S5-151

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - LANDING CLIMB LIMITED


LANDING FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON
AE3007A1E ENGINES

60000
59000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

58000
-1000 to 5000

57000
56000

6000

54000
53000
7000

52000
51000
50000

8000

49000
48000
47000

9000

46000
45000
10000

44000
43000
42000

11000

LANDING CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

55000

40000

12000

NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non protected


areas decrease the Maximum Landing Weight
by 3638 lb.
- Refer to Section 2 - Limitations for Maximum
Structural Landing Weight associated to
each model.

39000
13000
13800

38000

REF. LINE

37000
36000
35000
34000

-60

-55

-50

-45

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

10

15

20
2.0

25

302.5

AND BELOW

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

RUNWAY SLOPE - %

S5-152

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA342 - 30OCT2009

41000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

APPROACH CLIMB SPEED CHARTS AND LANDING


CLIMB AND REFERENCE SPEED CHARTS
USE
Enter the appropriate chart with the gross weight and read the
associated airspeed.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Gross weight............................................................ 40000 lb
Approach Flaps ....................................................... 9
Landing Flaps .......................................................... 22
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Approach Climb Speed............................................ 148 KIAS


Landing Climb and Reference Speed ..................... 127 KIAS

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-153

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-154

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

APPROACH CLIMB SPEED


FLAPS 9

170
168
166
164
162
160
158
156

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

154
152
150
148
146
144
142
140
138
136
134
132
130
128
126

135BJFAA260 - 23OCT2001

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

124
122
120

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-155

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB SPEED


AND REFERENCE SPEEDS
FLAPS 22

146

144

142

140

138

136

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

134

132

130

128

126

124

122

120

118

116

114

110

108

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

S5-156

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA318 - 23SEP2002

112

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

LANDING CLIMB SPEED


AND REFERENCE SPEEDS
FLAPS 22 - ICE CONDITIONS

154
152
150
148

146
144

142

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

140

138
136
134
132
130

128
126

124
122

120

135BJFAA320 - 23SEP2002

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

118

116
114

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

WEIGHT - lb

S5-157

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB SPEED


AND REFERENCE SPEEDS
FLAPS 45

144

142

140

138

136

134

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

132

130

128

126

124

122

120

118

116

114

110

108

26000 28000 30000 32000 34000 36000 38000 40000 42000 44000 46000 48000 50000 52000 54000

S5-158

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA319 - 23OUT2002

112

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

LANDING FIELD LENGTHS


The maximum landing weights for compliance with the operating
regulations relating landing field lengths are provided in the Maximum
Landing Weight - Field Length Limited chart. Landing reference speed
(VREF) are provided in the Landing Climb and Reference Speed charts.
Six charts are presented according to the following associated
conditions:
Airspeed................................................................... REFERENCE
SPEED
Flaps ........................................................................ 22 OR 45
Ice Conditions .......................................................... No Ice
Encounter or
After Ice
Encounter
Landing gear............................................................ DOWN
The charts present a correction scale to allow obtaining dry runway
landing distance without the 60% factor prescribed in the operating
regulations.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: - The charts related to flaps 45 are presented only for No Ice
Encounter condition.
- The unfactored landing distance is to be used for emergency
purposes only and must not be used for normal operation.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-159

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S5-160

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING
LIMITED CHARTS

WEIGHT

FIELD

LENGTH

USE
Enter the chart 1 of 2 with the predicted landing weight and airport
pressure altitude. Then, read the transfer scale value. Enter the chart 2
of 2 with the transfer scale value, go through the wind component,
runway condition and factor reference lines and make the corrections
as required. Read the required landing distance. Then, read the
Landing Reference Speed (VREF) from the associated Landing Climb
and Reference Speed chart.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Landing Weight........................................................ 40000 lb
Runway Condition ................................................... DRY
Wind Component ..................................................... 10 kt
(HEADWIND)
Airport Pressure Altitude.......................................... SL
Flaps ........................................................................ 45
Ice Encounter........................................................... NO
Determine:

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Transfer Scale ......................................................... 4400


Landing Distance ..................................................... 4200 ft
VREF45 ....................................................................... 125 KIAS

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-161

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 22 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

3400

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
3300
13800

3200

13000

3100
12000

11000

3000
2900

10000

2800
9000

2700
8000

7000
6000

2600
2500

4000
3000

2400
2300

2000
1000

2200

SL

-1000

2100

TRANSFER SCALE

5000

2000
1900
1800
1700
1600
1500
1400

1200
1100

26000

S5-162

30000

34000

38000

42000

46000

50000

54000

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA301C - 30OCT2009

1300

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 22 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

5600

135BJFAA301D - 30OCT2009

REF. LINE

5200

5000

5000

4800

4800

4600

4600

4400

4400

4200

4200

4000

4000

3800

3800

3600

3600

3400

3400

3200

3200

3000

3000

2800

2800

2600

2600

2400

2400

2200

2200

2000

2000

1800

1800

1600

1600

1400

1400

1200

1200

1000

1000

800

800

600

600

DRY
23 WET

400
FACT.
UNFACT.
25

RUNWAY

FACTOR

400

-10
11

10
13

20

30
15

HEAD

TAIL

WIND - kt

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

5400

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-3

-2
17

-1

0
19

DOWN

2
21

3
UP

SLOPE - %

LANDING FIELD LENGTH - m

TRANSFER SCALE

5200

REF. LINE

5400

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

5600

CONDITION CORRECTION

S5-163

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 22 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

3700

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
3600
13800

3500
13000

3400
12000

3300
11000

3200

10000

3100

9000

3000

8000

2900
7000

2800
5000

2700

4000

2600

3000

2500
2000
1000

2400

SL

-1000

TRANSFER SCALE

6000

2300
2200
2100
2000
1900
1800
1700
1600

1400
1300

26000

S5-164

30000

34000

38000

42000

46000

50000

54000

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA303C - 30OCT2009

1500

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 22 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

6100

135BJFAA303D - 30OCT2009

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

5700

5500

5500

5300

5300

5100

5100

4900

4900

4700

4700

4500

4500

4300

4300

4100

4100

3900

3900

3700

3700

3500

3500

3300

3300

3100

3100

2900

2900

2700

2700

2500

2500

2300

2300

2100

2100

1900

1900

1700

1700

1500

1500

1300

1300

1100

1100

900

900

700

700

500

500

-10
11

13
10

20

15
30

HEAD

TAIL

WIND - kt

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

5900

LANDING FIELD LENGTH - m

TRANSFER SCALE

5700

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

6100

5900

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-3

-2
17

-1

19
0

DOWN

21
2

3
UP

SLOPE - %

23 WET
DRY

25
FACT.
UNFACT.

RUNWAY

FACTOR

CONDITION CORRECTION

S5-165

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

2600

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
2500
13800
13000

2400

12000

2300
11000

10000

2200

9000

2100
8000

7000

2000
6000

1900
4000
3000
2000

1800

1000
SL

1700

TRANSFER SCALE

5000

-1000

1600

1500

1400

1300

1100

25000

S5-166

29000

33000

37000

41000

45000

49000

53000

1000
57000

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA302C - 30OCT2009

1200

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

4100

135BJFAA302D - 30OCT2009

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

3900

3800

3800

3700

3700

3600

3600

3500

3500

3400

3400

3300

3300

3200

3200

3100

3100

3000

3000

2900

2900

2800

2800

2700

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2500

2500

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2100

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1200

1200

1100

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1000

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900

800

800

700

700

600

600

500

500

400

400

300
-10
11

300

10
13

30
15

20

HEAD

TAIL

WIND - kt

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

4000

LANDING FIELD LENGTH - m

TRANSFER SCALE

3900

REF. LINE

4000

REF. LINE

4100

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-3

-2
17

-1

0
19

DOWN

2
21

3
UP

SLOPE - %

DRY
23

WET

RUNWAY

25
FACT.
UNFACT.

FACTOR

CONDITION CORRECTION

S5-167

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

2800

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
2700
13800

13000

2600

12000

2500
11000
10000

9000

2400

2300

8000

7000

2200

6000

2100

4000

2000

3000
2000

1900
1000
SL

-1000

1800

TRANSFER SCALE

5000

1700

1600

1500

1400

1300

1100

1000

26000

S5-168

30000

34000

38000

42000

46000

50000

54000

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA339C - 30OCT2009

1200

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

4100

135BJFAA339D - 30OCT2009

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

3900

3800

3800

3700

3700

3600

3600

3500

3500

3400

3400

3300

3300

3200

3200

3100

3100

3000

3000

2900

2900

2800

2800

2700

2700

2600

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2500

2500

2400

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2100

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1000

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800

800

700

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600

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500

500

400

400

300
-10
11

10
13

20

HEAD

TAIL

WIND - kt

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

4000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30
15

-3

-2
17

-1

0
19

DOWN

2
21

3
UP

SLOPE - %

DRY
23

LANDING FIELD LENGTH - m

TRANSFER SCALE

3900

REF. LINE

4000

REF. LINE

4100

300
WET FACT.
25
UNFACT.

RUNWAY

FACTOR

CONDITION CORRECTION

S5-169

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

TIRE SPEED
The maximum landing weight to enable compliance with tire speed
restrictions is shown in the Maximum Landing Weight - Tire Speed
Limited charts.
Eight charts are presented according to the following configurations:
Maximum Tire Speed............................................... 210 or 225 mph
Landing Flaps .......................................................... 22 or 45
Ice Encounter........................................................... No Ice or After
Ice

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - TIRE SPEED LIMITED


USE
Enter the chart with the static air temperature, airport pressure altitude,
wind component, the amount of speed above the reference speed
(VREF Overspeed) and read the tire speed limited landing weight.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Ice Encounter........................................................... No Ice
Static Air Temperature ............................................. 20C
Airport Pressure Altitude .......................................... 7000 ft
Wind component ...................................................... -10 kt
(TAILWIND)
Airspeed................................................................... VREF 22
Maximum Tire Speed............................................... 210 mph
Landing Flaps .......................................................... 22
Determine:

S5-170

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Tire Speed Limited Landing Weight......................... 52500 lb

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 210 mph - FLAPS 22 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES
REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000
85000
80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
65000
60000
55000
6000

50000

7000
8000

45000
-1000
SL
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000

9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13800

40000

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

35000

135BJFAA385B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

30000
25000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30

110
30

120
30

130

140
20

150

160
10

170

20000
180
0

HEAD

WIND - kt

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

S5-171

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 210 mph - FLAPS 22 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000
85000
80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

65000
60000
55000
50000
45000

6000
7000
8000

40000
-1000
SL
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000

35000
30000
25000
20000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

120
30

130

140
20

150

160
10

170

180
0

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-172

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA386B - 30OCT2009

9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13800

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 210 mph - LANDING FLAPS 45- NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000
85000
80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
65000
60000
55000
6000

7000
8000

50000
-1000

9000

45000

SL
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000

10000
11000
12000
13000
13800

40000

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

35000

135BJFAA387B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

30000
25000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30

110
30

120
30

130

140
20

150

160
10

170

20000
180
0

HEAD

WIND - kt

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

S5-173

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 210 mph - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1P ENGINES

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000
85000
80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
65000
60000
55000
50000
6000
7000
8000

45000

9000

-1000
SL
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000

10000
11000
12000
13000
13800

40000

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

35000

25000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

-10
70

0
80

10
90

20
100

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30
110

30
120

130

20
140

150

10
160

170

20000
0
180

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-174

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA388A - 30OCT2009

30000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 225 mph - FLAPS 22 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES
REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000
85000
80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
65000
60000

6000
7000

55000

8000

9000

-1000

10000

SL

11000
12000

1000
2000
3000

13000
13800

50000
45000

4000
5000

40000

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

35000

135BJFAA389B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

30000
25000
20000
-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

120
30

130

140
20

150

160
10

170

180
0

HEAD

WIND - kt

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

S5-175

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 225 mph - FLAPS 22 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000
85000
80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
65000
60000
55000
6000
7000

50000

8000

-1000
SL
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000

9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
13800

45000
40000

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

35000

25000
20000
-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

120
30

130

140
20

150

160
10

170

180
0

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-176

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA390B - 30OCT2009

30000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 225 mph - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000

85000

80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

65000
6000
7000

60000
8000

9000

55000

-1000

10000

SL

11000

1000

50000

2000
12000

3000
4000
5000

13000
13800

45000

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

135BJFAA391B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

40000

35000

30000
-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

120
30

130

140
20

150

160
10

170

180
0

HEAD

WIND - kt

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

S5-177

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT TIRE SPEED LIMITED


MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED 225 mph - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

90000
85000
80000

70000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

65000
60000

6000
7000

55000
8000

9000

50000

-1000
SL
1000
2000

10000
11000
12000

45000

3000
4000
5000

13000
13800

40000

WEIGHT FOR MAXIMUM TIRE SPEED - lb

75000

35000

25000
20000
-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

-10
70

0
80

10
90

20
100

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30
110

30
120

130

20
140

150

10
160

0
180

170

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-178

VREF OVERSPEED - kias

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA392B - 30OCT2009

30000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


The landing weights for quick turn around, in compliance with the
operating regulations relating brake energy, are provided in the Quick
Turn Around Weight chart. This chart must be used when the brake
temperature indication is not working properly, otherwise the brake
temperature can be monitored through the brake temperature
indication.
NOTE: If the weights provided in such chart are exceeded, a
subsequent takeoff must not be performed before 36 minutes if
the airplane is equipped with LR brakes (P/N 2-1624) or 33
minutes if the airplane is equipped with ER brakes (P/N
2-1582) without previous check of the wheel thermal plugs.
The identification of which brakes equip a given airplane can be done
through the tire size stamped in its side:
ER brakes: 30 X 9.5-14 tires.
LR brakes: H30 X 9.5-16 tires.
Three charts are presented according to the following associated
conditions:
Airspeed................................................................... REFERENCE
SPEED
Flaps ........................................................................ 22 OR 45
Ice Conditions .......................................................... No Ice
Encounter or
After Ice
Encounter
Landing gear............................................................ DOWN

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: The chart related to flaps 45 is presented only for No Ice


Encounter condition.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S5-179

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT CHART


USE
Enter the chart with the static air temperature, airport pressure altitude,
wind component, runway slope and read the landing weight for quick
turn around.
EXAMPLE
Given:
Static Air Temperature ............................................. 20C
Airport pressure altitude........................................... 2000 ft
Wind component ...................................................... 10 kt
(HEADWIND)
Runway Slope.......................................................... +1% (UPHILL)
Flaps ........................................................................ 22
Ice Encounter........................................................... NO
Brakes...................................................................... ER (P/N 2-1582)
Determine:

S5-180

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Landing weight......................................................... 35000 lb

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 22 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

ER BRAKES - P/N 2-1582

50000
48000
46000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

42000
-1000
SL

40000

2000

38000

4000

36000

6000
8000

34000
10000

32000

12000
13800

30000
28000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

44000

-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

REF. LINE

24000
REF. LINE

135BJFAA279B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

26000
NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding
those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

100
20

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

120

-3
130

-2
140

-1
150

22000

0
160

1
170

DOWN

2
180

20000
3
190

UP

SLOPE - %

S5-181

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 22 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

ER BRAKES - P/N 2-1582

46000
44000
42000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

SL

38000

2000

36000
4000

6000

34000

8000

32000

10000

12000

30000

13800

28000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

40000
-1000

NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding


those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

24000
REF. LINE

REF. LINE

22000
20000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-182

120

-3
130

140
-2

150
-1

160
0

170
1

180
2

190
3

UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA281 B - 30OCT2009

26000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1E ENGINES

ER BRAKES - P/N 2-1582

50000
48000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000

44000

SL

42000

2000

40000

4000

6000

38000
8000

36000
10000

12000

34000

13800

32000
30000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

46000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

REF. LINE

26000
REF. LINE

135BJFAA283B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

28000
NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding
those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

100
20

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

120

-3
130

-2
140

-1
150

24000

0
160

1
170

2
180

22000
3
190

UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

S5-183

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
ER BRAKES - P/N 2-1582

AE3007A1E ENGINES

48000
46000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft
44000

SL

40000
2000

38000

4000

6000

36000

8000

34000
10000

12000

32000

13800

30000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

42000
-1000

NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding


those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

REF. LINE

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-184

120

-3
130

-2
140

-1
150

24000

0
160

1
170

2
180

22000
3
190

UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-70

26000
REF. LINE

135BJFAA343B - 30OCT2009

28000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 22 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
LR BRAKES - P/N 2-1624

AE3007A1E ENGINES

62000
60000
58000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

56000

52000
SL

50000

2000
4000

48000

6000

46000

8000

44000

10000

42000

12000

40000

13800

38000
36000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

54000
-1000

NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding


those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

32000

10

20

30

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

40

30000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

135BJFAA280B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

34000

100
20

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

120

-3
130

-2
140

-1
150

28000

0
160

1
170

2
180

26000
3
190

UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

S5-185

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 22 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
LR BRAKES - P/N 2-1624

AE3007A1E ENGINES

60000
58000
56000
54000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000

50000

SL

48000
2000

46000

4000

6000

44000

8000

42000

10000

40000

12000

38000

13800

36000
34000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

52000

NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding


those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

REF. LINE

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

28000

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-186

120

-3
130

-2
140

-1
150

26000

0
160

1
170

2
180

24000
3
190

UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-70

30000
REF. LINE

135BJFAA282B - 30OCT2009

32000

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
LR BRAKES - P/N 2-1624

AE3007A1E ENGINES

62000
60000
58000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

56000
SL

54000

2000

52000

4000

50000

6000

48000

8000

46000

10000

44000

12000

42000

13800

40000
38000

NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding


those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

34000

10

20

30

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

40

32000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

135BJFAA284B - 30OCT2009

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

36000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

-1000

100
20

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

120

-3
130

-2
140

-1
150

30000

0
160

1
170

2
180

28000
3
190

UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

S5-187

SUPPLEMENT 5
OPERATION WITH
AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
LR BRAKES - P/N 2-1624

AE3007A1E ENGINES

60000
58000
56000

PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

54000
SL

52000

2000

50000

4000

48000

6000

46000

8000

44000

10000

42000
12000

40000
13800

38000
36000

NOTE: After landings with weights exceeding


those shown on this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be scheduled for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

32000
30000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

28000
26000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70
-10

80
0

90
10

100
20

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

110
30

HEAD

WIND - kt

S5-188

120

130
-3

140
-2

150
-1

160
0

170
1

180
2

190
3

UP

DOWN

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA344B - 30OCT2009

34000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

-1000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

SUPPLEMENT 6
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION ......................1 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION ......................2 .................JAN 29, 2003
REVISION ......................3 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION ......................4 ............... MAR 29, 2005
REVISION .................. 5 to 8 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................9 ................ FEB 21, 2011

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

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S6-i ................REVISION 9
S6-ii................REVISION 9
S6-iii...............REVISION 9
S6-iv...............REVISION 9
S6-1 ...............REVISION 9
S6-2 ...............REVISION 9
S6-3 ...............REVISION 9
S6-4 ...............REVISION 9
S6-5 ...............REVISION 9
S6-6 ...............REVISION 9

* Asterisk indicates pages revised, added or deleted by the current revision.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S6-i

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S6-ii

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

RVSM OPERATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

GENERAL..................................................................................S6-1
LIMITATIONS ............................................................................S6-2
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT REQUIRED...................................S6-2
WEIGHT ...............................................................................S6-2
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ...................S6-3
NORMAL PROCEDURES.........................................................S6-4
EXTERNAL SAFETY INSPECTION ....................................S6-4
BEFORE TAKEOFF .............................................................S6-4
CRUISE ................................................................................S6-4
AFTER LANDING.................................................................S6-5
PERFORMANCE.......................................................................S6-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S6-iii

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S6-iv

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

GENERAL
This Supplement is provided to present the data required for operation
in the RVSM (Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum) airspace. The
RVSM operation reduces the EMB-135BJ minimum vertical separation
from 2000 ft to 1000 ft between FL 290 and FL 410.
Airworthiness approval alone does not authorize flight into airspace for
which an RVSM operational approval is required by an ICAO Regional
Navigation Agreement.
The information herein presented must replace or complement the
equivalent data in the basic AFM.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

For performance information not contained in this Supplement, refer to


the basic AFM.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S6-1

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
During RVSM operation it is necessary that the following equipment
and instruments be in proper operating condition:

2 Primary Altitude Measurement Systems;


1 Autopilot with Altitude Hold Mode operative;
1 Altitude Alerter;
1 Transponder.

NOTE: - An operating transponder may not be required for entry into


all designated RVSM airspace. The operator should
determine the requirement for an operational transponder in
each RVSM area where operations are intended. The
operator should also determine the transponder
requirements for transition areas next to RVSM airspace.
- Should any of the required equipment fail prior to the
airplane entering RVSM airspace, the pilot should request a
new clearance to avoid entering this airspace.

WEIGHT (LEGACY 650)

OPERATING ALTITUDE

MAXIMUM WEIGHT

FL 400

50700 lb

FL 410

48500 lb

S6-2

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

If the rate of climb is lower than 300 ft/min the following weight
limitations apply:

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


The actions listed below must complement the procedures contained
in the basic AFM. The remaining Emergency and Abnormal
Procedures section remains unchanged.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

In case of emergency or abnormal situation or contingencies


(equipment failures, weather, etc.) which affect the ability to
maintain the cleared flight level, notify ATC and co-ordinate an
action plan that is appropriate to the airspace concerned;
Notify ATC when encountering greater than moderate
turbulence;
If unable to notify ATC and obtain an ATC clearance prior to
deviating from the cleared flight level, follow any established
contingency procedures and obtain ATC clearance as soon as
possible.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S6-3

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL PROCEDURES
The actions listed below must complement the procedures contained
in the basic AFM. The remaining Normal Procedures section remains
unchanged.

EXTERNAL SAFETY INSPECTION


NOSE SECTION
Sensors, Pitot Tubes and Static Ports ....................... CONDITION,
NO
OBSTRUCTION
Particular attention should be paid to the condition of static sources
and to the marked area on the fuselage skin near each primary
static source.

BEFORE TAKEOFF
Altimeters ................................................................... SET TO THE
AIRFIELD QNH
Altitude Indications..................................................... CHECK
NOTE: - An alternative procedure using QFE may also be used;
- The maximum difference between altimeters indication
should not exceed 23 m (75 ft).

CRUISE
Be sure that all required equipment are in proper operating condition.
Ensure that the airplane is flown at the cleared flight level and that
ATC clearances are fully understood and followed. Do not depart from
cleared flight level without a positive clearance from ATC except for a
contingency or emergency situation.

The autopilot should be operative and engaged during level cruise,


except for circumstances such as the need to re-trim the airplane or
when it must be disengaged due to turbulence.

S6-4

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

While changing flight levels, do not overshoot or undershoot the


cleared flight level by more than 45 m (150 ft).

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

AFTER LANDING

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

In case of failure or malfunction, the following information should be


recorded when appropriate:
a) Primary and standby altimeter readings;
b) Altitude selector setting;
c) Subscale setting on altimeter;
d) Flight Director used with the Autopilot to control the airplane and
any differences when the other Flight Director was coupled;
e) Use of air data computer selector for fault diagnosis procedure;
f) The transponder selected to provide altitude information to ATC
and any difference noted when an alternative transponder was
selected.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S6-5

SUPPLEMENT 6
RVSM OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

S6-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The performance data used for RVSM operations are presented in


Section 5 (Performance) of the basic AFM, and in the Supplements
related to the associated engines, as applicable.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

SUPPLEMENT 7
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION .................. 1 to 2 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................3 ................AUG 27, 2004
REVISION .................. 4 to 6 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................7 .................JAN 21, 2008
REVISION ......................8 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION ......................9 ................ FEB 21, 2011
REVISION .....................10 .............. MAR 15, 2013

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S7-3 ............. REVISION 10
S7-4 ............. REVISION 10
S7-5 ............. REVISION 10
S7-6 ............. REVISION 10

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S7-i

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S7-ii

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

EMBRAER TAKEOFF ANALYSIS SOFTWARE


ETOASECJ
TABLE OF CONTENTS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

GENERAL......................................................................................S7-1
LIMITATIONS ................................................................................S7-2
POWER PLANT .......................................................................S7-3
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS ..............................................S7-4
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................S7-6
NORMAL PROCEDURES.............................................................S7-6
PERFORMANCE...........................................................................S7-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S7-iii

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S7-iv

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

GENERAL
This Supplement presents the information relating to takeoff data
calculation through the Embraer Takeoff Analysis Software
ETOASECJ (for Legacy 600) or ETOASECJ-EJ (for Legacy 650). The
valid versions are:
VERSION

APPLICABILITY STATUS

REASON FOR
MODIFICATION

APFP-145/020
Version 20.53/2.1

Legacy 600

Valid

N/A

APFP-145/020
Version 20.60/2.5

Legacy 650

Valid

Takeoff altitude
extended to
13800 ft

WARNING: ETOASECJ OR ETOASECJ-EJ VERSIONS NOT


PRESENTED
IN
THIS
SUPPLEMENT
ARE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED AND MUST NOT BE
USED.
The software calculates the airplane takeoff performance and the
takeoff flight path. All the information supplied by the software
complies with the applicable airworthiness requirements.
The software specified in this Supplement is not included physically as
part of the AFM.
The software authorized by this Supplement is supplied by Embraer to
the operators of the airplane.
The computerized AFM is not intended for use on board the airplane.
The operator is responsible for the correct use of this software.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

A dedicated user's guide is also issued, as a separate document,


providing detailed information on software usage aspects. In addition,
the ETOAS interface provides a Help feature with useful on line
information.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S7-1

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS
The Embraer Takeoff Analysis Software (ETOASECJ for Legacy 600
or ETOASECJ-EJ for Legacy 650) is an electronic method to calculate
the takeoff performance data. Any modification to the FAA-approved
computerized AFM software application, or subsequent alteration to
the generated output, will cancel the airworthiness approval of the
information, unless this change was approved by the appropriate
airworthiness authority. This statement applies regardless of any
approval notation printed on a generated output.
The ETOAS software replaces or supplements portions of the paper
AFM, and is an FAA approved source for that AFM information.
The ETOAS software has been tested only on WINDOWS
95/98/NT/2000/XP Operational Systems.

S7-2

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The operator is responsible for the compliance with remaining airplane


limitations.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

POWER PLANT
ENGINES
Legacy 600:
Rolls-Royce engine: AE3007A1P.
Rolls-Royce engine: AE3007A1E.
Legacy 650:
Rolls-Royce engine: AE3007A2.
TAKEOFF THRUST MODE
Legacy 600:
Equipped with Rolls-Royce AE3007A1P engines:
ALT T/O-1 mode.
T/O mode.
Equipped with Rolls-Royce AE3007A1E engines:
ALT T/O-1 mode.
T/O mode.
E T/O mode.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Legacy 650:
Equipped with Rolls-Royce AE3007A2 engines:
ALT T/O-1 mode.
T/O mode.
A2 T/O mode.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S7-3

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
T/O MODE

FLAP

ALT T/O-1

T/O

T/O MODE

FLAP

A1P

ENGINE

A1E

S7-4

ALT T/O-1

T/O

E T/O

ASSOCIATED CONDITIONS
Standard Forward CG;
Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry Runway;
ER or LR Brakes;
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.
Standard Forward CG;
Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry Runway;
ER or LR Brakes;
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.
ASSOCIATED CONDITIONS

Standard Forward CG;


Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry Runway;
ER or LR Brakes;
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.
Standard Forward CG;
Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry Runway;
ER or LR Brakes;
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.
Standard Forward CG;
Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry Runway;
ER or LR Brakes;
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

ENGINE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

ENGINE

A2

T/O MODE

FLAP

ALT T/O-1

T/O

A2 T/O

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

ASSOCIATED CONDITIONS
Standard Forward CG;
Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry, Wet or Wet Grooved
Runway (1);
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.
Standard Forward CG;
Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry, Wet or Wet Grooved
Runway (1);
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.
Standard Forward CG;
Normal or Increased V2/VS ratio;
Dry, Wet or Wet Grooved
Runway (1);
Anti-Ice ON or OFF.

NOTE: 1) The Wet Grooved Runway performance must be compared


with the Dry Runway performance and the lower weight
between them must be used.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

2) Performance is calculated with brakes P/N 2-1741.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S7-5

SUPPLEMENT 7
EMBRAER TAKEOFF
ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


Not applicable.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
Not applicable.

PERFORMANCE
The performance information obtained by the program may differ from
that published in the AFM, since the calculation is performed exactly in
a specific condition, instead of the interpolations used in the
performance charts construction, where the entire airplane envelope
should be represented in an unique graphical format. Therefore, the
software may present improved takeoff performance information when
compared with the information presented in the AFM.

S7-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Since the performance information supplied by the software complies


with the applicable airworthiness requirements and is approved by the
Certification Authorities, its results may be used as a valid alternative
of the AFM performance charts.

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 8
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION .................. 1 to 5 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................6 ................ FEB 09, 2007
REVISION .................. 7 to 8 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................9 ................ FEB 21, 2011

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S8-47............. REVISION 9
S8-48............. REVISION 9

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ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-i

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S8-ii

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

STEEP APPROACH OPERATION


(LEGACY 600)
TABLE OF CONTENTS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

GENERAL....................................................................................... S8-1
LIMITATIONS ................................................................................. S8-2
APPLICABILITY ........................................................................ S8-2
OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS ................................................. S8-2
OPERATIONAL ENVELOPE..................................................... S8-2
AIRSPEEDS .............................................................................. S8-2
AUTOPILOT .............................................................................. S8-2
LANDING FLAPS ...................................................................... S8-2
WIND COMPONENTS .............................................................. S8-2
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ........................ S8-3
ENGINE FAILURE ON FINAL APPROACH.............................. S8-3
STEEP APPROACH SYSTEM FAILURE ................................. S8-3
NORMAL PROCEDURES.............................................................. S8-4
FINAL APPROACH ................................................................... S8-4
MISSED APPROACH................................................................ S8-4
LANDING................................................................................... S8-4
PERFORMANCE............................................................................ S8-5
DEFINITIONS............................................................................ S8-5
STEEP APPROACH PERFORMANCE CONFIGURATION ..... S8-5
PERFORMANCE CHARTS FOR AIRPLANES EQUIPPED
WITH AE3007A1P AND AE3007A1E ENGINES ................. S8-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-iii

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S8-iv

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

GENERAL

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The information presented in this Supplement, associated with the


basic AFM, enables the establishment of the conditions required to
accomplish Steep Approach Operations.
This AFM Supplement does not constitute approval to conduct Steep
Approach Operations. Approval must be obtained from the appropriate
regulatory authority prior to conducting these operations.
The limitations, operating procedures and performance information for
steep approach operations are predicated on the use of an approved
approach path guidance system.
For limitations, procedures and performance information not contained
in this Supplement, refer to the basic AFM and Supplements related to
the associated engines, as applicable.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-1

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY
Legacy 600 properly equipped for Steep Approach Operation.

OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS
The Steep Approach Landing may be performed with an approach
flight path angle up to 5.5.
This operation can not be initiated with one engine inoperative.
This operation is not permitted if the STEEP APPROACH mode is
not armed.
A visual glidepath indicating system is required to perform landings
with 35 ft screen height.
WARNING: FOR AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH EICAS 20 OR
PREVIOUS, THE USE OF THE RA (RADIO
ALTIMETER) IS PROHIBITED AS REFERENCE FOR
FLARE.

OPERATIONAL ENVELOPE
The Steep Approach Operation is limited to airports with pressure
altitude up to 8500 ft.

AIRSPEEDS
LANDING REFERENCE SPEED (VREF)
The Steep Approach must be done at Landing Reference
Speed (VREF).

AUTOPILOT
Minimum Use Height.................................................. 200 ft

LANDING FLAPS

WIND COMPONENTS
Maximum Tailwind Component.................................. 5 kt

S8-2

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Steep approach landing must be performed with flaps 45.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


ENGINE FAILURE ON FINAL APPROACH
Above DA (DH) or MDA (MDH), whichever is applicable:
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE
GO-AROUND Procedure ................................... ACCOMPLISH
At or Below DA (DH) or MDA, whichever is applicable, the approach
may be continued to landing provided the existing configuration is
maintained.

STEEP APPROACH SYSTEM FAILURE


LIGHT: Amber indication in the STEEP push button.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Do not perform Steep Approaches.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-3

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

NORMAL PROCEDURES
FINAL APPROACH
BEFORE INTERCEPTING GLIDE SLOPE
Autopilot ........................................................................ AS REQUIRED
Landing Gear ................................................................ DOWN
Flaps ............................................................................. 45
Airspeed ........................................................................ VREF 45
STEEP Push Button...................................................... PRESS
Check green indication in the STEEP push button.

MISSED APPROACH
Go Around Button ......................................................... PRESS
Thrust Levers ................................................................ MAX
Rotate or verify that autopilot rotates the airplane to 10 nose up.
Flaps ............................................................................. 9
With positive rate of climb:
Landing Gear............................................................UP
Minimum Airspeed ...................................................APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
At the level off height, proceed as in a normal takeoff.
NOTE: - If the autopilot doesnt rotate the airplane to a minimum of
10 nose up, disengage the autopilot and keep a minimum of
10 nose up.
- During the GO-AROUND procedure, the DONT SINK aural
warning may sound. In this case monitor the sink rate and
follow the GO-AROUND guidance.

LANDING
Reaching DA (DH) or MDA (MDH), whichever is applicable, with
runway in sight:

S8-4

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Landing .................................................................... PERFORM

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE
The performance data used for Steep Approach Operations are
presented in the Supplement related to the associated engine, except
the data presented herein.

DEFINITIONS
LANDING REFERENCE SPEED - VREF 45
The speed at the screen height, either 35 or 50 ft, is equal to 1.23 VSR
for flaps 45 in the landing configuration (gear down and landing flaps
45).

STEEP APPROACH PERFORMANCE CONFIGURATION


OPERATING
ENGINES

POWER

FLAPS

GEAR

AIRSPEED

APPROACH
CLIMB

MAX

UP

APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED

LANDING
CLIMB

MAX

45

DOWN

VREF 45 (*)

LANDING

IDLE

45

DOWN

VREF 45 (*)

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

(*) Enter the appropriate chart (LANDING CLIMB AND REFERENCE


SPEEDS for before ice encounter chart or LANDING CLIMB AND
REFERENCE SPEEDS for after ice encounter chart) with the gross
weight and read the associated airspeed.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-5

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE
CHARTS
FOR
EQUIPPED WITH AE3007A1P OR
ENGINES

AIRPLANES
AE3007A1E

The following performance charts are applicable for airplanes


equipped with AE3007A1P or AE3007A1E engines.
There are three sets of charts for MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT FIELD LENGTH LIMITED and QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT, as
follows:
One set for 50 ft screen height for steep approach angles lower
than 5.5;
One set for 50 ft screen height for steep approach angles of
5.5;
One set for 35 ft screen height for steep approach angles of
5.5.

S8-6

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

WARNING: THE COMBINED USE OF DATA FROM THE


DIFFERENT SETS OF PERFORMANCE CHARTS
DESCRIBED ABOVE IS PROHIBITED.

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT


ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1P ENGINES

12

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


11

10

8
-1000
SL
1000

2000
3000

TRANSFER SCALE

6
4000
5000

5
6000

7000

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8000

9000

10000

2
-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-7

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT
ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1P ENGINES

32

28

28

26

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

2
0

0
-2
-4
26000

NOTE : IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON WING


AND TAIL NON PROTECTED AREAS
APPLY THE ICE ACCRETION CORRECTION

30000

34000

38000

42000

-2

46000

WEIGHT - lb

S8-8

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

30

50000

-4
54000 NO 58000
YES

ICE ACCRETION

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA358B - 08AUG2003

TRANSFER SCALE

30

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

32

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT


ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

14

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


13

12

11

-1000
SL
1000

2000

TRANSFER SCALE

10

3000
4000

5000
6000

7000

8000
135BJFAA347A - 02JUN2006

9000

3
10000

2
-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-9

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT
ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

34
REF. LINE

32

30

30

28

28

26

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

2
0

-4
26000

NOTE : IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON WING


AND TAIL NON PROTECTED AREAS
APPLY THE ICE ACCRETION CORRECTION

30000

34000

38000

-2

42000

46000

WEIGHT - lb

S8-10

50000

-4
54000
NO YES

ICE ACCRETION

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-2

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

TRANSFER SCALE

32

135BJFAA347B - 02JUN2006

REF. LINE

34

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT


ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1P ENGINES

11

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


10
-1000
SL
1000 to 2000

3000
4000

8
5000

6000

7000

TRANSFER SCALE

8000

3
9000

135BJFAA359A - 18JAN2006

1
10000

0
-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-11

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL
LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT
ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1P ENGINES

28
REF. LINE

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

-2

-2

-6
26000

NOTE : IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON WING


AND TAIL NON PROTECTED AREAS
APPLY THE ICE ACCRETION CORRECTION

30000

34000

38000

42000

WEIGHT - lb

S8-12

-4

46000

50000

-6
YES
54000 NO 58000

ICE ACCRETION

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-4

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

TRANSFER SCALE

26

135BJFAA359B - 18JAN2006

REF. LINE

28

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT


ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON
CHART 1 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

12

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


-1000
SL
1000

11

2000 to 4000

10
5000

6000

7000

TRANSFER SCALE

8000

135BJFAA348A - 02JUN2006

9000

10000

3
-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-13

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT


ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON
CHART 2 OF 2
AE3007A1E ENGINES

32

28

28

26

26

24

24

22

22

20

20

18

18

16

16

14

14

12

12

10

10

-2
26000

NOTE : IN CASE OF ICE ACCRETION ON WING


AND TAIL NON PROTECTED AREAS
APPLY THE ICE ACCRETION CORRECTION

30000

34000

38000

42000

WEIGHT - lb

S8-14

LANDING CLIMB GRADIENT - %

30

46000

50000

-2
54000
NO YES

ICE ACCRETION

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA348B - 02JUN2006

TRANSFER SCALE

30

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

32

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - LANDING CLIMB LIMITED


ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF
AE3007A1P ENGINES
REF. LINE

54000

-1000

52000

50000

4000

SL to 10000

5000

48000

6000
7000

46000
8000
9000
10000

NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non protected


areas apply the ice accretion correction.
- Refer to airplane models limitations for
Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

135BJFAA356 - 19JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-60

44000

42000

LANDING CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

-1000 to 3000

40000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

38000
-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

30

40

50

60

NO
70

YES
80

ICE ACCRETION

S8-15

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - LANDING CLIMB LIMITED


ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE OFF
AE3007A1E ENGINES

-1000 to SL
-1000 to 10000

1000

REF. LINE

54000

52000

2000

50000

4000
5000

48000

6000
7000

46000
8000
9000

44000
10000

-60

NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non protected


areas apply the ice accretion correction.
- Refer to airplane models limitations for
Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

40000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

38000
-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S8-16

40

50

60

70
NO

80
YES

ICE ACCRETION

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA351 - 13JUN2006

42000

LANDING CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

3000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - LANDING CLIMB LIMITED

ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON


AE3007A1P ENGINES

-1000 to

52000

6000

50000

7000

48000

46000
8000

44000
9000

135BJFAA357 - 18JAN2006

42000

40000
NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non protected
areas apply the ice accretion correction.
- Refer to airplane models limitations for
Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

LANDING CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

54000

10000

38000

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

36000
-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

10

20
NO

30
YES

ICE ACCRETION

S8-17

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - LANDING CLIMB LIMITED

ALL ENGINES - FLAPS 45 - ANTI-ICE ON


AE3007A1E ENGINES

7000

52000

50000
8000

48000
9000

46000

10000

-60

NOTE: - In case of ice accretion on non protected


areas apply the ice accretion correction.
- Refer to airplane models limitations for
Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

42000

40000
-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

10

20
NO

30
YES

ICE ACCRETION

S8-18

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA352 - 13JUN2006

44000

LANDING CLIMB LIMITED WEIGHT - lb

-1000 to 6000

REF. LINE

54000
AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB AND REFERENCE SPEEDS


NO ICE ENCOUNTER - LANDING FLAPS 45
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

146

144

142

140

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

138

136

134

132

130

128

126

124

122

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA355 - 31JUL2003

120

118
26000

29000

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

32000

35000

38000

41000

44000

47000

50000

53000

WEIGHT - lb

S8-19

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LANDING CLIMB AND REFERENCE SPEEDS


AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER - LANDING FLAPS 45
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

148

146

144

142

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

140

138

136

134

132

130

128

126

124

122

S8-20

118
26000

30000

34000

38000

42000

46000

50000

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA343 - 18JAN2006

120

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

5000
4800

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


4600

ISA+35C

4400

4000
3800
3600
10000

3400
8000

3200
6000

TRANSFER SCALE 1

4200

3000

4000
4000

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA265A - 13JUN2006

2800
2000

2600

SL
-1000

2400
2200
-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-21

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES
REF. LINE

REF. LINE

6200

5800

5800

5400

5400
5000
NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for
Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

4600

4600

4200

4200

3800

3800

3400

3400

3000

3000

2600

2600

2200

2200

1800

1800

1400

1400

1000

1000

600
51000

600
47000

43000

39000

35000

31000

-10
TAIL

WEIGHT - lb

10

20

WIND - kt

S8-22

30
HEAD

-2
-1
DOWN

2
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA265B - 18JAN2006

TRANSFER SCALE 1

5000

TRANSFER SCALE 2

6200

6600
REF. LINE

6600

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 3 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

135BJFAA265C - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NORMAL DRY

18000

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

FACTORED LANDING DISTANCE - ft

TRANSFER SCALE 2

18000

NORMAL WET

20000
REF. LINE

20000

0
1.0

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.6

2.8

3.0

FACTOR

S8-23

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

5200
5000
4800

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

ISA + 35 C

4600

4200
4000
3800

10000

3600
8000

TRANSFER SCALE 1

4400

3400
6000

3200
4000

3000
2800

SL
-1000

2600
-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S8-24

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA346A - 18JAN2006

2000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA346B - 18JAN2006

REF. LINE

6200
5800

5400

5400

5000

5000
NOTE: Refer to airplane models limitations for
Maximum Structural Takeoff Weight
associated to each model.

4600

4600

4200

4200

3800

3800

3400

3400

3000

3000

2600

2600

2200

2200

1800

1800

1400

1400

1000

1000

600
51000

600
47000

43000

39000

35000

31000

-10

10

TAIL

WEIGHT - lb

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

TRANSFER SCALE 2

TRANSFER SCALE 1

5800

REF. LINE

6200

6600
REF. LINE

6600

WIND - kt

20

30
HEAD

-2
-1
DOWN

2
UP

SLOPE - %

S8-25

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 3 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

FACTORED LANDING DISTANCE - ft

NORMAL DRY

18000

0
1.0

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.6

2.8

3.0

FACTOR

S8-26

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA346C - 18JAN2006

TRANSFER SCALE 2

18000

NORMAL WET

20000
REF. LINE

20000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

4400
10000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

4200
8000

4000
6000

4000

3600
2000

3400
SL

3200
-1000

3000

TRANSFER SCALE 1

3800

2800

135BJFAA364A - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

2600

2400

2200
-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S8-27

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES
REF. LINE

6000

6000

5500

5500

5000

5000

4500

4500

4000

4000

3500

3500

3000

3000

2500

2500

2000

2000

1500

1500

1000
51000
10,0

TRANSFER SCALE 2

REF. LINE

6500

1000
47000

43000 15,0 39000

35000

31000
20,0

-10

10
25,0

TAIL

WEIGHT - lb

20

30
HEAD

WIND - kt

S8-28

-2

-1

0
30,0

DOWN

2
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA364B - 18JAN2006

TRANSFER SCALE 1

6500

7000
REF. LINE

7000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 3 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

135BJFAA364C - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NORMAL DRY

18000

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

FACTORED LANDING DISTANCE - ft

TRANSFER SCALE 2

18000

NORMAL WET

20000
REF. LINE

20000

0
1.0

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.6

2.8

3.0

FACTOR

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

S8-29

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

5000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

10000

4800
4600
8000

4400
6000

4000

4000
2000

3800
SL

3600
-1000

3400

TRANSFER SCALE 1

4200

3200
3000

2600
2400
-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S8-30

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA365A - 18JAN2006

2800

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

135BJFAA365B - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

6500

6000

6000

5500

5500

5000

5000

4500

4500

4000

4000

3500

3500

3000

3000

2500

2500

2000

2000

1500

1500

1000
51000
10

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

TRANSFER SCALE 2

TRANSFER SCALE 1

6500

7000
REF. LINE

7000

1000
47000

43000

15

39000

35000

31000
20

-10

10
25

30
HEAD

TAIL

WEIGHT - lb

20

WIND - kt

-2

-1

0
30

DOWN

2
UP

SLOPE - %

S8-31

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 3 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

FACTORED LANDING DISTANCE - ft

NORMAL DRY

18000

0
1.0

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.6

2.8

3.0

FACTOR

S8-32

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA365C - 18JAN2006

TRANSFER SCALE 2

18000

NORMAL WET

20000
REF. LINE

20000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

4600

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

10000

4400
8000

4200
4000

6000

3600

2000
SL

3400

-1000

3200

TRANSFER SCALE 1

3800

4000

3000
2800

135BJFAA366A - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

2600
2400
2200
-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S8-33

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

REF. LINE

6000

6000

5500

5500

5000

5000

4500

4500

4000

4000

3500

3500

3000

3000

2500

2500

2000

2000

1500

1500

1000

1000

500
51000

TRANSFER SCALE 2

REF. LINE

6500

500

47000

43000

39000

35000

31000

-10
TAIL

WEIGHT - lb

10

WIND - kt

S8-34

20

30
HEAD

-2
-1
DOWN

2
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA366B - 18JAN2006

TRANSFER SCALE 1

6500

7000
REF. LINE

7000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 3 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

20000

135BJFAA366C - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NORMAL DRY

REF. LINE

18000

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

FACTORED LANDING DISTANCE - ft

TRANSFER SCALE 2

18000

NORMAL WET

20000

0
1.0

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.6

2.8

3.0

FACTOR

S8-35

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 1 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

5200

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

10000

5000
4800

8000

4600
6000

4000

4200
2000

4000
SL

3800
-1000

3600

TRANSFER SCALE 1

4400

3400
3200

2800
2600
-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

S8-36

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA367A - 18JAN2006

3000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 2 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

135BJFAA367B - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

6500

6000

6000

5500

5500

5000

5000

4500

4500

4000

4000

3500

3500

3000

3000

2500

2500

2000

2000

1500

1500

1000
51000
10

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

TRANSFER SCALE 2

TRANSFER SCALE 1

6500

7000
REF. LINE

7000

1000

47000

43000

15

39000

35000

31000
20

-10

10
25

20

TAIL

WEIGHT - lb

30

HEAD

WIND - kt

-2

-1

0
30

DOWN

UP

SLOPE - %

S8-37

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT - FIELD LENGTH LIMITED


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
CHART 3 OF 3
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

16000

16000

14000

14000

12000

12000

10000

10000

8000

8000

6000

6000

4000

4000

2000

2000

FACTORED LANDING DISTANCE - ft

NORMAL DRY

18000

0
1.0

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.6

2.8

3.0

FACTOR

S8-38

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA367C - 18JAN2006

TRANSFER SCALE 2

18000

NORMAL WET

20000
REF. LINE

20000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES
REF. LINE

REF. LINE

52000

50000

48000

46000

44000
-1000
SL
42000
2000
40000

4000
6000

38000

8000
36000
10000
34000

32000

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

135BJFAA283 - 30JAN2003

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

30000
NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding
those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

28000

26000

24000

-70

-60

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

40

50

60

-10
70

0
80

10
90

20
100

TAIL

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30
110
HEAD

WIND - kt

120

-2
130

-1
140

0
150

1
160

DOWN

2
170
UP

SLOPE - %

S8-39

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

48000
46000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


-1000
SL

42000

2000

40000

4000

38000

6000

36000

8000
10000

34000
32000
30000
28000
26000

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30

40

50

60

REF. LINE

24000

-10
0
70
80
TAIL

10
90

20
30
100
110
HEAD

WIND - kt

S8-40

120

-2
-1
130
140
DOWN

0
150

22000

1
160

20000
2
170

UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

-60

REF. LINE

135BJFAA353 - 30JAN2006

NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding


those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

-70

WEIGHT FOR QUICK TURN AROUND - lb

44000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH ER VERSION BRAKES

AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES


REF. LINE

REF. LINE

52000
NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding
those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

50000
48000
46000
44000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

-1000

42000

SL
2000

6000

38000

8000

36000

10000

34000

WEIGHT - lb

40000

4000

32000
30000
28000
26000

135BJFAA368 - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

24000
22000
20000
-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

40

50

-10
60
70
0
TAIL

80
10

90
20

WIND - kt

100
30
HEAD

110
-2 120
-1
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

SLOPE - %

S8-41

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH ER VERSION BRAKES


REF. LINE

REF. LINE

52000
NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding
those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

50000
48000
46000
44000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

42000

-1000
SL

38000

4000
6000

36000

8000

34000

10000

WEIGHT - lb

40000

2000

32000
30000
28000

24000
22000
20000
-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

30

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

40

50

60
70
-10
0
TAIL

80
10

90
20

WIND - kt

S8-42

100
110
120
-2
30
-1
HEAD
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA369 - 18JAN2006

26000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH ER VERSION BRAKES

REF. LINE

NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding


those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

REF. LINE

52000
50000
48000
46000
44000
-1000
SL

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


42000

2000

40000

6000

38000

8000

36000

10000

34000

WEIGHT - lb

4000

32000
30000
28000
26000

135BJFAA370 - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

24000
22000
20000
-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30

40

50

60
70
0
-10
TAIL

80
10

90
20

WIND - kt

100
30
HEAD

110
120
-2
-1
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

SLOPE - %

S8-43

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH ER VERSION BRAKES


REF. LINE

NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding


those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 33 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

REF. LINE

52000
50000
48000
46000
44000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

42000

-1000
SL

38000

4000
6000

36000

8000

34000

WEIGHT - lb

40000

2000

10000

32000
30000

26000
24000
22000
-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30

40

50

60
-10 70
0
TAIL

80
10

90
20

WIND - kt

S8-44

100
30
HEAD

110
120
-2
-1
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA371 - 18JAN2006

28000

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH LR VERSION BRAKES

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft


SL

2000

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

56000
54000
52000

-1000

50000
4000

48000
6000

44000

10000

42000

WEIGHT - lb

46000

8000

40000

135BJFAA376 - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

38000
36000

NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding


those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

34000
32000
30000

-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30

40

50

60
70
-10
0
TAIL

80
10

90
20 100
30
HEAD

WIND - kt

110
120
-2
-1
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

SLOPE - %

S8-45

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 35 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH LR VERSION BRAKES

AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

56000
54000
52000
-1000
SL

50000
2000

48000
4000

44000

8000
10000

42000

WEIGHT - lb

46000
6000

40000

36000

NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding


those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

34000
32000
30000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

20

30

40

50

60
70
0
-10
TAIL

80
10

90
20

WIND - kt

S8-46

100
30
HEAD

110
120
-2
-1
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA377 - 18JUL2005

38000

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - NO ICE ENCOUNTER
AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH LR VERSION BRAKES

AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES


REF. LINE

REF. LINE

56000

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

54000
52000

SL -1000

2000

50000
4000

8000

46000

10000

44000
42000

WEIGHT - lb

48000

6000

40000

135BJFAA378 - 18JAN2006

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

38000
36000

NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding


those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

34000
32000
30000

-70

-60

-50

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30

40

50

60
70
-10
0
TAIL

80
10

90
20

WIND - kt

100
30
HEAD

110
120
-2
-1
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

SLOPE - %

S8-47

SUPPLEMENT 8
STEEP APPROACH
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

QUICK TURN AROUND WEIGHT


STEEP APPROACH ANGLE 5.5 - SCREEN HEIGHT 50 FT - FLAPS 45 - AFTER ICE ENCOUNTER
AIRPLANES EQUIPPED WITH LR VERSION BRAKES

AE3007A1P OR AE3007A1E ENGINES

AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE - ft

REF. LINE

REF. LINE

58000
56000
54000
52000

-1000
SL

50000
2000

48000
46000

6000
8000

44000

10000

42000

WEIGHT - lb

4000

40000

NOTE: After landing with weights exceeding


those calculated thru this chart, a subsequent
takeoff must not be performed for at
least 36 minutes, after which it must
be ascertained that wheel thermal plugs
have not melted.

36000
34000
32000
30000

-70

-60

-50

-40

-30

-20

-10

10

20

STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE - C

30

40

50

60
-10
TAIL

70
0

80
10

WIND - kt

S8-48

90
20 100
30
HEAD

110
120
-1
-2
DOWN

130
0

140
1

150
2
UP

SLOPE - %

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 9

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

135BJFAA379 - 18JUL2005

38000

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 10
ELECTRONIC
FLIGHT BAG

SUPPLEMENT 10
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL...................... 0................ Not Applicable
REVISION...................1 to 6 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION...................... 7..................JAN 21, 2008

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S10-ii ............. REVISION 7
S10-iii ............ REVISION 7
S10-iv ............ REVISION 7
S10-1 ............ REVISION 7
S10-2 ............ REVISION 7

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ANAC APPROVED
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SUPPLEMENT 10
ELECTRONIC
FLIGHT BAG

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

S10-ii

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 7

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 10
ELECTRONIC
FLIGHT BAG

ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG


TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL ..................................................................................... S10-1
LIMITATIONS ............................................................................... S10-1
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES....................... S10-2
NORMAL PROCEDURES ............................................................ S10-2
PERFORMANCE .......................................................................... S10-2

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 7

S10-iii

SUPPLEMENT 10
ELECTRONIC
FLIGHT BAG

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

S10-iv

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 7

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 10
ELECTRONIC
FLIGHT BAG

GENERAL
This Supplement is a part of the Airplane Flight Manual for airplanes
incorporating the Electronic Flight Bag (EFB). The information
contained herein Supplements the information of the basic FAA
Approved Airplane Flight Manual. For limitations, procedures and
performance information not contained in this Supplement, consult the
basic FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual or other Supplement.
The factory incorporated EFB is a Class 2 type. Guidance of the
AC 120-76A (Guidelines for the Certification, Airworthiness, and
Operational Approval of Electronic Flight Bag Computing Devices)
must apply.
This Supplement does not grant operational approval for operations
regulated by Part 135.

LIMITATIONS
The EFB display adjustment must not interfere with steering handle
operation.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 7

S10-1

SUPPLEMENT 10
ELECTRONIC
FLIGHT BAG

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


Emergency and Abnormal Procedures presented in the basic AFM
remain unchanged.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
Normal Procedures presented in the basic AFM remain unchanged.

PERFORMANCE
Performance Data presented in the basic AFM or in other
Supplements remain unchanged.

S10-2
1

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 7

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 11
HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING
AND TAKEOFF OPERATION

SUPPLEMENT 11
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION .................. 1 to 8 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................9 ................ FEB 21, 2011
REVISION .....................10 .............. MAR 15, 2013

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

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S11-ii............ REVISION 10
S11-iii........... REVISION 10
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S11-1 ........... REVISION 10
S11-2 ........... REVISION 10
S11-3 ........... REVISION 10
S11-4 ........... REVISION 10
S11-5 (del) ... REVISION 10
S11-6 (del) ... REVISION 10

* Asterisk indicates pages revised, added or deleted by the current revision.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S11-i

SUPPLEMENT 11
HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING
AND TAKEOFF OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S11-ii

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 11
HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING
AND TAKEOFF OPERATION

HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING AND TAKEOFF


OPERATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

GENERAL......................................................................................S11-1
LIMITATIONS ................................................................................S11-2
APPLICABILITY .......................................................................S11-2
OPERATIONAL ENVELOPE....................................................S11-2
WEIGHT ...................................................................................S11-2
KINDS OF OPERATION ..........................................................S11-2
POWER PLANT .......................................................................S11-2
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................S11-3
NORMAL PROCEDURES.............................................................S11-3
BEFORE START ......................................................................S11-3
CLIMB.......................................................................................S11-3
DESCENT.................................................................................S11-4
SHUTDOWN ............................................................................S11-4
PERFORMANCE...........................................................................S11-4

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S11-iii

SUPPLEMENT 11
HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING
AND TAKEOFF OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

S11-iv

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 11
HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING
AND TAKEOFF OPERATION

GENERAL
This Supplement presents the data required to perform takeoff and
landing operations at high altitude airports, from 9500 ft up to 13800 ft.
This AFM Supplement does not constitute approval to conduct High
Altitude Operations. The airplane must be properly equipped and
approval must be obtained from the appropriate regulatory authority
prior to conducting these operations.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

For limitations, procedures and performance information not contained


in this Supplement, refer to the basic AFM and Supplements related to
the associated engines, as applicable.

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

S11-1

SUPPLEMENT 11
HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING
AND TAKEOFF OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY
This Supplement is applicable only to the EMB-135BJ model equipped
with High Altitude Landing and Takeoff Operation System.

OPERATIONAL ENVELOPE
Maximum Takeoff and Landing Altitude ....................... 13800 ft
Minimum Takeoff and Landing Temperature................ -40C

WEIGHT
Legacy 600:
Maximum Landing Weight Above 8500 ft................ 39683 lb
Legacy 650:
Maximum Landing Weight Above 8500 ft................ 44092 lb

KINDS OF OPERATION
This Supplement must not be used in association with Steep Approach
Operation.
Legacy 650:
This Supplement must not be used with CAT II Operation.

POWER PLANT
Legacy 600:
Two Rolls-Royce AE3007A1E.

S11-2

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Legacy 650:
Two Rolls-Royce AE3007A2.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 11
HIGH ALTITUDE LANDING
AND TAKEOFF OPERATION

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


The Emergency and Abnormal Procedures remain unchanged.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
The actions listed in the procedure below must complement the
equivalent procedure contained in the basic AFM. The remaining
Normal Procedures section remains unchanged.
NOTE: During high altitude operations, at least one pilot is required to
use oxygen continuously, until the cabin altitude is below
8000 ft.

BEFORE START
Pressurization ............................................................... 8000 ft
If flying from an airport above 9500 ft:
High Altitude Mode .................................................. ON
Check that HI ALT LDG-T/O advisory message is displayed on
the EICAS.
Crew Oxygen Mask ................................................. DON, NORM

CLIMB
Monitor cabin altitude.
When cabin altitude is below 9700 ft:
High Altitude Mode .................................................. OFF
Check that HI ALT LDG-T/O advisory message is no longer
displayed on the EICAS.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: If
cabin
is
not
pressurizing,
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the
PRESSURIZATION
AUTOMATIC
SYSTEM
FAILURE/CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION Abnormal
Procedure.
When cabin altitude is below 8000 ft:
Crew Oxygen Mask ................................................. STOW, 100%

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DESCENT
If landing in an airport above 9500 ft:
Below 25000 ft:
Crew Oxygen Mask ............................................ DON
NOTE: The crew must put on the oxygen masks before
activating High Altitude Mode.
Set the destination airport altitude.
High Altitude Mode ............................................. ON
NOTE: Turn on HALTO Mode just after crossing 25000 ft. If
cruise level is already below 25000 ft, HALTO Mode
must be selected at the top of descent. In any case,
check that HI ALT LDG-T/O advisory message is
displayed on the EICAS.

SHUTDOWN
Crew Oxygen Mask....................................................... STOW, 100%

PERFORMANCE

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For Takeoff and Landing performance refer to the applicable software


and/or to the associated engine Supplement as applicable.

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ADVISORY SYSTEM (RAAS)

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SYSTEM (RAAS)
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GENERAL......................................................................................S15-1
LIMITATIONS ................................................................................S15-1
RUNWAY AWARENESS AND
ADVISORY SYSTEM (RAAS).............................................S15-1
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................S15-2
NORMAL PROCEDURES.............................................................S15-2
RUNWAY AWARENESS AND
ADVISORY SYSTEM (RAAS).............................................S15-2
PERFORMANCE...........................................................................S15-2

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GENERAL
This Supplement is a part of the Airplane Flight Manual for airplanes
incorporating the Runway Awareness and Advisory System (RAAS).
Airworthiness approval alone does not constitute operational approval
or credit for RAAS operation. Operational approval is required.
The information herein presented must replace or complement the
equivalent data in the basic AFM. For limitations, procedures and
performance not contained in this Supplement refer to the basic AFM
and applicable Supplements.

LIMITATIONS
RUNWAY AWARENESS AND ADVISORY SYSTEM
(RAAS)
RAAS advisories are not approved for navigation purposes. RAAS
advisories cannot be used to guide an airplane in or around the
terminal area.
RAAS does not include knowledge of prevailing Notice to Airmen
(NOTAM). Therefore factors such as closure of runways are not
reflected by advisories. It is the flight crew responsibility to be aware of
prevailing NOTAM and Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS)
data. In addition, data on newly constructed runways, changes of
length to existing runways, or changes of runway identifier may not
necessarily be included in the RAAS runway database.
RAAS distance advisories do not imply that the airplane can or cannot
be safely landed, stopped, or taken off from a runway. It is the crew's
responsibility to calculate the performance required for takeoff and
landing.

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RAAS does not have knowledge of where painted hold lines are
located at airports. In some cases, the RAAS Approaching Runway
On Ground Advisory may be issued after an airplane has crossed a
hold line.

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EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


Emergency and abnormal procedures presented in the basic AFM and
applicable supplements remain unchanged.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
The actions listed below must complement the procedures contained
in the basic AFM. The remaining Normal Procedures section remains
unchanged.

RUNWAY AWARENESS AND ADVISORY SYSTEM


(RAAS)
If the advisory message is in conflict with expectations:
On ground below V1, stop and confirm current airplane position. If
necessary, contact ATC. Take appropriate measures to keep the
airplane in a safe position.
In flight, verify the following conditions, depending on the message
received by the crew:
- Position;
- Distance remaining;
- Distance available;
- Approaching speed;
- Approaching angle;
- Landing flaps;
- Barometric correction (QNH Operation).
If it is not possible to confirm position, perform a GO-AROUND
Procedure. If necessary, contact ATC. Take appropriate measures
to keep the airplane in a safe position.

PERFORMANCE

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Performance presented in the basic AFM and applicable supplements


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GENERAL....................................................................................S16-1
NAVIGATION OPERATIONAL APPROVALS........................S16-1
LIMITATIONS ..............................................................................S16-4
GENERAL LIMITATIONS.......................................................S16-4
RNP NAVIGATION LIMITATIONS (FOR AIRPLANES
WITH RNP ENABLED)......................................................S16-7
BAROMETRIC VERTICAL NAVIGATION LIMITATIONS
(FOR AIRPLANES WITH VNAV ENABLED) ....................S16-8
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .....................S16-9
FMS NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE DEGRADED ..............S16-9
FMS IN DEAD RECKONING MODE......................................S16-10
LPV UNAVAILABILITY (FOR AIRPLANES
WITH LPV ENABLED) ......................................................S16-10
NORMAL PROCEDURES...........................................................S16-11
BEFORE START ....................................................................S16-11
HOLDING ...............................................................................S16-12
APPROACH ...........................................................................S16-13
BEFORE LANDING................................................................S16-15
LATERAL DEVIATION SCALE ..............................................S16-15
VERTICAL DEVIATION SCALE (FOR AIRPLANES
WITH VNAV ENABLED) ...................................................S16-15
PERFORMANCE.........................................................................S16-16

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GENERAL
This Supplement is a part of, and must be placed in, the FAA
Approved Airplane Flight Manual for airplanes incorporating dual
FMZ2010 Flight Management System. The information contained
herein supplements the information of the basic AFM. For limitations,
procedures and performance information not contained in this
Supplement, refer to the basic AFM.

NAVIGATION OPERATIONAL APPROVALS


The dual Honeywell Flight Management System with the software
version NZ6.1 (or later approved version, identified on the FMS NAV
IDENT PAGE) has been demonstrated to accomplish with and in
accordance with the requirements for the following operations:
OCEANIC AND REMOTE
In accordance with AC 20-138B the dual FMZ2010 is approved for
these routes, provided it is receiving usable signals from the GPS
which meets requirements of AC 20-138B Appendix 1 for
GPS/Oceanic Navigation, since it is approved to TSO C145c. This
does not constitute an operational approval.
ENROUTE, TERMINAL AND APPROACH OPERATIONS

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The installed dual FMZ2010 equipment complies with AC 20-138B for


navigation using GPS and GPS/SBAS (within the coverage of a
satellite-based augmentation system complying with ICAO Annex 10)
for enroute, terminal area, non-precision approach, and approach
procedures with vertical guidance operations. Non-precision approach
operations include those based on conventional navigation aids with
"or GPS" in the title and those with "GPS" and "RNAV (GPS)" in the
title to "LNAV" minimums. Approach procedures with vertical guidance
includes "RNAV (GPS)" to "LNAV/VNAV" and "LPV" minimums.
In accordance with AC 90-100A for IFR navigation on Enroute
(RNAV-2) and Terminal (RNAV-1) areas using the GPS (approved
according to TSO C145c Class 3), one VOR/DME, multiple DME's, or
Inertial Reference System.

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P-RNAV OPERATIONS
As installed according with AC 90-96A, provided FMS is receiving
automatic position update from GPS, or from two DME's or from
VOR/DME.
B-RNAV OPERATIONS
As installed according with AC 90-96A, provided the FMS navigation
mode is one of the following:
GPS;
DME/DME;
VOR/DME;
IRS.
NORTH ATLANTIC (NAT) MINIMUM NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE
SPECIFICATION (MNPS) AIRSPACE
The EMB-135BJ airplane equipped with dual Inertial Systems and dual
FMS/GPS are considered to meet the MNPS navigation requirements
in accordance with AC 120-33. The execution of a dispatch Fault
Detection and Exclusion (FDE) availability prediction program is not
required for this configuration.
RNP-10 - REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE
The dual FMZ2010 installation with dual Inertial Reference Systems
(IRS) as installed has been found to comply with the requirements
of FAA Order 8400.12B, as amended, as a primary means of
navigation for flights up to 6.2 hours after the system is placed in
the navigation mode.

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The dual FMZ2010 installation with dual Global Positioning System


(GPS) sensors and dual Inertial Reference Systems (IRS) as
installed has been found to comply with the requirements of FAA
Order 8400.12B with no time limitation.

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REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) OPERATIONS


(FOR AIRPLANES WITH RNP ENABLED)
The FMS has been demonstrated compliant with the RNP
airworthiness requirements of AC 90-105 and AC 20-138B for
terminal, approach and missed approach operations.
The FMS has been demonstrated to provide a minimum RNP level
of basic RNP 0.3 NM when operated according to the limitations
and procedures described in this Supplement.
The airplane capability does not constitute RNP operation approval.
The operators must be granted local approval to conduct RNP
operations.
NOTE: The FMS does not provide an indication to the crew of an
excessive lateral (cross-track) deviation. Lateral deviation is
not considered in the display of the RNP integrity alert. It is the
pilot's responsibility to monitor lateral deviation, and take
appropriate action to ensure the airplane follows the flight plan
with minimal error.
BAROMETRIC VERTICAL NAVIGATION (FOR AIRPLANES WITH
VNAV ENABLED)
The FMS has been demonstrated compliant with the airworthiness
requirements of AC 20-138B regarding the barometric vertical
navigation in enroute, terminal, and non-precision approach
operations, when used in accordance with the limitations and
operational procedures contained in this Supplement.
The temperature compensation complies with RTCA/DO-236B,
Appendix H.

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The airplane capability does not constitute VNAV operational approval.

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LIMITATIONS
GENERAL LIMITATIONS
The following limitations are applicable
Management System version NZ6.1 and on:

to

Honeywell

Flight

The Honeywell Flight Management System (FMS) Pilot's Operating


Manual, Honeywell Publication Number D200802000002 (or later
revision of the manual) for the software version NZ6.1 or FAA
accepted Operating Manual, must be immediately available to the
flight crew whenever navigation is predicated on the use of the
FMS. The software status stated in the Pilot's Manual must match
that displayed on the FMS Control Display Unit (CDU).

Honeywell software version NZ6.1 (or later approved version) must


be installed.

FMS instrument approaches must be accomplished in accordance


with approved instrument approach procedures that are retrieved
from the FMS navigation data base. The FMS data base must
incorporate the current update cycle.

Use of FMS guidance for conducting instrument approach


procedures is prohibited with the FMS operating in the degrade or
dead reckoning mode (DGR or DR annunciation set on PFD).

The pilot must review the complete transition-approach, comparing


the waypoints and altitudes displayed on the FMS with those on the
published procedure prior to activation to insure that the correct
procedure and transition are selected.

The Flight Director must be coupled to the LNAV mode (autopilot


coupled or not coupled), to accomplish RNAV (GPS) approaches.

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When using FMS guidance for conducting instrument approach


procedures that do not include a GPS reference in the title of the
published procedure, the flight crew must verify that the procedure
specified navaid and associated avionics are operational.

When using FMS guidance for conducting instrument approach


procedures, the procedure navaid must be tuned and valid, and the
raw data must be displayed in the cockpit, under the following
conditions:
- For VOR approaches (where the procedure specified navaid is a
VOR only navaid - no DME capability) and NDB approaches,
without GPS (GPS failed or RAIM out of limits or unavailable).
- For any instrument approach (other than a GPS stand alone
approach), outside the Brazilian Airspace, with GPS as the
navigation sensor.

ILS, LOC, LOC-BC, LDA, SDF and MLS approaches, using the
FMS for guidance, are prohibited.

FMS missed approaches using the CDU Mode Select Button are
prohibited.

When flying to an airport where GPS (non-overlay) is the intended


approach, prior to dispatch, the crew is required to verify that the
predictive RAIM at the destination ETA is within the approach
criteria. This information (RAIM AVAILABLE), is displayed on the
PREDICTIVE RAIM page, accessed via the GPS STATUS page.

When an alternate airport is required by the applicable operating


rules, the alternate airport must not be defined with an approach
based on GPS. The alternate airport must be flight planned using
an available ground-based approach aid. The navigation aid must
be operational and the airplane must have operational equipment
capable of using that navigation aid. However, once at the alternate
airport, the pilot may perform a GPS approach if the equipment
indicates integrity is available to support the approach.

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During oceanic, enroute and terminal area operation with DGR or


DR annunciated on the PFD, the flight crew must verify the FMS
position using VOR/DME raw data or other appropriate means.

The airplane must have other navigation equipment installed and


operating, appropriate to the route of flight.

IFR enroute and terminal navigation is prohibited unless the pilot


verifies the currency of the data base or verifies each selected
waypoint for accuracy by reference to current approved data.

Operation in the following region using FMS as primary navigation


source is prohibited: north of 72 30.0' N and south of 59 30.0' S.

The fuel flow and fuel used presented on the FMS are
supplementary information only. The flight crew must use fuel
information primarily from the MFD and EICAS display.

The use of IRS is limited to a maximum of 2 hours of operation in


designated B-RNAV airspace from the time the system is placed in
the navigation mode.

For airplanes equipped with FMS P/N 7018879-03036 the


operation of Saving Flight Plan is limited to two Flight Plans and
only allowed if the custom data base have been cleared via
Maintenance page.

Manual position updates are not approved during RNP 10


operations.

If GPS RAIM is annunciated as not available during any phase of


flight, the flight crew must monitor FMS guidance data and
crosscheck with raw data from an alternate source (VOR, DME or
IRS).

The use of LPV for LP approaches is not available.

RNAV GNSS approaches to LPV minimums must not be lower than


250 ft when GPWS Mode-5 protection is not available. The GPWS
Mode-5 protection is not available, when the CAS Message GPWS
INOP is displayed.

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RNP NAVIGATION LIMITATIONS (FOR AIRPLANES


WITH RNP ENABLED)
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Airplane is not approved for RNP less than 0.3 operations.

Airplane is not approved for RNP AR operations.

Airplane is not approved for procedures containing RF legs.

For operations using RNP 1 to RNP less than 2 the use of Flight
Director is required.

For operations using RNP 0.3 to RNP less than 1 the use of GPS
and Flight Director is required.

Airplane is not approved for missed approach operations less than


RNP 1.

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The use of the VNAV guidance when the FD mode is other than
VNAV is prohibited unless pilots set the ALT SEL to each waypoint
altitude constraint required by the FMS entered procedure.

Advisory vertical guidance deviation information is only an aid to


help pilots comply with altitude restrictions. When using advisory
vertical guidance, the pilot must rely on the altimeter as the primary
vertical reference during the final approach segment, including step
down fixes. VNAV path guidance, if installed, is supplementary
guidance information.

Use of VNAV is prohibited if the Speed Intervention function is not


available.

VNAV must not be used if Flight Director is not available.

VNAV must not be engaged on ground.

VNAV must not be used when the airplane is operating using height
above the ground (QFE) rather than sea level.

VNAV must not be used below the published approach minimums.

When the reported station temperature exceeds the limits published


in the approach chart, the use of VNAV barometric procedures are
prohibited unless the pilot uses the VNAV temperature
compensation function.

The use of speed mode in FMS is prohibited for one engine


inoperative condition.

The FMS does not correct the speed targets, including approach
and go around speeds for flap/landing gear positions, ice conditions
or non-normal conditions. It is the pilot responsibility to ensure that
the speeds are within the limits in these conditions.

Entry of a planned speed into the FMS which is below the minimum
safe maneuver speed prescribed in the basic AFM is prohibited.

VNAV submode VFLC must not be used without Autopilot engaged.

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BAROMETRIC VERTICAL NAVIGATION LIMITATIONS


(FOR AIRPLANES WITH VNAV ENABLED)

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EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


All FMZ2010 Action/Malfunction Messages are described in the
Honeywell Flight Management System (FMS) Pilot's Operating
Manual, Honeywell Publication Number D200802000002 (or later
revision of the manual) for the software version NZ6.1.
The airplane abnormal operating procedures are the same as those in
the basic FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual except as follows:

FMS NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE DEGRADED


Select the cross side FMS.
In case of both FMS are affected, use the procedures from the
following table:
OPERATION

REQUIRED ACTION

Non-RNP Terminal or
Enroute (including B-RNAV)

Crosscheck FMS data with raw data


from VOR, DME and NDB.
De-select error causing sensor, if
detectable. Otherwise, contact ATC
and revert to an alternative means
of navigation (VOR, DME or NDB).

P-RNAV

Contact ATC, advise inability to


continue P-RNAV and revert to an
alternative means of navigation.

RNAV

Contact ATC, advise of any loss of


the RNAV capability or inability to
continue RNAV.

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In case of both FMS entering in Dead Reckoning Mode:
EGPWS TERRAIN SYS OVRD Button.................... PRESS
The Terrain Awareness Alerting and Display functions on MFD will
be inhibited. This will not affect the basic GPWS functions (modes 1
to 7).
If the FMS is restored after a period of inadequacy:
EGPWS TERRAIN SYS OVRD Button .............. PRESS
The Terrain Awareness will be enabled.
NOTE: The DEGRADE annunciator indicates that the FMS cannot
guarantee that the accuracy of the system meets the
requirements for the current phase of flight. Except in the case
of conducting an instrument approach procedure, the FMS
may still be accurate and may be used for navigation, provided
the crew can confirm the position through other means, such
as cross checking the VOR/DME raw data.

FMS IN DEAD RECKONING MODE


During periods of dead reckoning, refer to FMS NAVIGATION
PERFORMANCE DEGRADED Procedure.
NOTE: The FMS will continue to provide the best estimate of the
airplane position based on airspeed and heading inputs, but it
cannot guarantee the required accuracy for any of the flight
phases. The pilot should cross check position with other
navaids, station overfly or visually.

LPV UNAVAILABILITY (FOR AIRPLANES WITH LPV


ENABLED)

If already on approach:
GO-AROUND Procedure......................................... PERFORM
Reload an approach with non-LPV minima.

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CONDITION: LPV Approach Annunciator displayed in amber and


flashing for 10 seconds.

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NORMAL PROCEDURES
The FMS normal operating procedures are contained in the Honeywell
Flight Management System (FMS) Pilot's Operating Manual,
Honeywell Publication Number D200802000002 (or later revision of
the manual) for the software version NZ6.1.
The airplane normal operating procedures are the same as those in
the basic AFM except as follows:

BEFORE START
FMS .............................................................................. SET
FMS Custom Data Base ............................................... CLEAR

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NOTE: The operation of saving a flight plan may prevent the speed
intervention function on the FMS, depending on how many
waypoints on all flight plans have been stored in the custom
data base.

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HOLDING
If a Holding Pattern entering is necessary:
FMS ......................................................................... AS REQUIRED
The pilot must check the entry type and turn direction of holding
pattern before entering it. For entry types other than the direct
one, the pilot must activate the procedure holding pattern as
soon as the approach procedure is retrieved from the navigation
data base.
FMS SOURCE SELECTION
Flight Plan ..................................................................... SELECT OR
CREATE
FMS Source .................................................................. SELECT
The FMS can be selected as the navigation source through the
FMS Selector Button located on the Display Control Panel.
FMS Label..................................................................... CHECK
The FMS label appears on the associated PFD and MFD.
On PFD and MFD the FMS label will be always magenta.

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For FMS coupling to the Autopilot/Flight Director:


NAV Mode (flight guidance controller) ..................... SELECT
The FMS will be coupled to the Autopilot/Flight Director when is
selected and valid at the on side EHSI and crew selects the
NAV mode on the associated Flight Guidance Controller. Once
coupled the autopilot will follow the preselected flight plan on the
FMS.

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APPROACH
The FMS GPS, NDB, RNAV, VOR, VOR/DME and VFR approaches
may be linked into the flight plan and laterally coupled to the
Autopilot/Flight Director.
ILS approaches can be retrieved from the navigation data base and
linked to the flight plan, but cannot be armed or activated as FMS
approaches. The FMS can be used to provide navigation up to the
final approach course at the point that the PFD must be changed to
display raw ILS data.
TRANSITION FROM FMS TO AUTOPILOT ILS APPROACH
ILS Frequency .............................................................. SELECT AS
REQUIRED
Radio Altitude ............................................................... SELECT AS
REQUIRED
HDG Mode (flight guidance controller) ......................... SELECT
Before selection, set the desired interception course on heading
bug.
Navigation Source ........................................................ SELECT
Select the NAV source on the Display Control Panel (LOC course
selected on the PFD).
Autopilot/Flight Director ................................................ AS REQUIRED
When cleared for approach:
APR Mode (flight guidance controller)..................... SELECT
ARC DME APPROACH USING FMS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Pilot Not-Flying ............................................................. CHECK DME


During Arc DME approach using FMS the pilot not-flying must
check DME raw data.

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SUPPLEMENT 16
FMZ2010 FLIGHT
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

MISSED APPROACH
Go Around Button ......................................................... PRESS
Thrust Levers ................................................................ MAX
Verify that airplane rotates to 10 nose up wings level (Pitch Mode)
and changes to Speed Hold Mode after 20 seconds.
Flaps ............................................................................. 9
With positive rate of climb:
Landing Gear ........................................................... UP
Airspeed................................................................... APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
OR ABOVE
NOTE: During the GO-AROUND Procedure DON'T SINK aural
warning may sound. In this case monitor the sink rate and
follow the GO-AROUND guidance.
LNAV Mode (flight guidance controller) ........................ CHECK IF
ARMED
When flying a ILS or non-RNAV approach, by reselecting the FMS
source the airplane will regain the lateral guidance from the FMS to
fly the missed approach legs to the missed holding point and to
enter holding, as required.
LOCALIZER PERFORMACE WITH VERTICAL
APPROACH (FOR AIRPLANES WITH LPV ENABLED)

GUIDANCE

LPV Approach ............................................................... LOAD


VNV Button ................................................................... PRESS
When cleared for approach:
APR Mode (flight guidance controller) ..................... SELECT

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NOTE: LPV indications will be not displayed if the navigation source is


copied (FMS 2 is selected on PFD 1 or if FMS 1 is selected on
PFD 2 as the navigation source).

SUPPLEMENT 16
FMZ2010 FLIGHT
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

BEFORE LANDING
PFD Speed ................................................................. SET APPROACH
CLIMB SPEED
VIA SPEED
INTERVENTION
FUNCTION ON
FMS

LATERAL DEVIATION SCALE


When the FMS is selected as the navigation source the cross track
deviation scale and pointer, if valid, will be displayed. The lateral
deviation values are the following:
DEVIATION

ENROUTE
(NM)

TERMINAL
(NM)

APPROACH
(NM)

1 dot

1.0

0.5

0.15

2 dots

2.0

1.0

0.30

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

VERTICAL DEVIATION SCALE (FOR AIRPLANES WITH


VNAV ENABLED)
DEVIATION

ENROUTE
(ft)

TERMINAL
(ft)

APPROACH
(ft)

1 dot

250

250

75

2 dots

500

500

150

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SUPPLEMENT 16
FMZ2010 FLIGHT
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

PERFORMANCE

S16-16

ANAC APPROVED
REVISION 10

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

Performance Data presented in the basic AFM remain unchanged.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 17
FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION
SYSTEM (FANS)

SUPPLEMENT 17
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION .................. 1 to 9 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION .....................10 .............. MAR 15, 2013

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S17-ii............ REVISION 10
S17-iii........... REVISION 10
S17-iv........... REVISION 10
S17-1 ........... REVISION 10
S17-2 ........... REVISION 10

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FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION
SYSTEM (FANS)

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

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FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION
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FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEM (FANS)


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL......................................................................................S17-1
LIMITATIONS ................................................................................S17-1
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................S17-2
NORMAL PROCEDURES.............................................................S17-2
PERFORMANCE...........................................................................S17-2

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SUPPLEMENT 17
FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION
SYSTEM (FANS)

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

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SUPPLEMENT 17
FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION
SYSTEM (FANS)

GENERAL
This Supplement is a part of the Airplane Flight Manual for airplanes
incorporating the Future Air Navigation System (FANS).
The information herein presented must replace or complement the
equivalent data in the basic AFM. For limitations, procedures and
performance not contained in this Supplement refer to the basic AFM
and applicable Supplements.
FAA has approved the airplane data link system to the criteria
contained in AC 20-140A for FANS-1/A using VDL M0/A and
SATCOM (Inmarsat). The data link system meets the airplane
allocated performance requirements of RCP 240 and type 180 using
VDL M0/A and SATCOM (Inmarsat). This design approval does not
constitute operational authorization.

LIMITATIONS
The Future Air Navigation System is available only for FMZ2010 Flight
Management System.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The usage of CPDLC is restricted to supplementary means of


communication.

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SUPPLEMENT 17
FUTURE AIR NAVIGATION
SYSTEM (FANS)

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


Emergency and Abnormal Procedures presented in the basic AFM
and applicable supplements remain unchanged.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
Normal Procedures presented in the basic AFM and applicable
supplements remain unchanged.

PERFORMANCE

S17-2

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Performance Data presented in the basic AFM and applicable


supplements remain unchanged.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 18
LONG RANGE
OPERATION

SUPPLEMENT 18
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ............... Not Applicable
REVISION ................. 1 to 10 ........... Not Applicable
REVISION .....................11 ...............DEC 13, 2013

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S18-ii............ REVISION 11
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S18-3 ........... REVISION 11
S18-4 ........... REVISION 11

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OPERATION

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

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LONG RANGE
OPERATION

LONG RANGE OPERATION


TABLE OF CONTENTS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

GENERAL......................................................................................S18-1
DEFINITION OF TERMS..........................................................S18-1
LIMITATIONS ................................................................................S18-1
OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS ................................................S18-2
FIRE PROTECTION.................................................................S18-2
EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................S18-2
NORMAL PROCEDURES.............................................................S18-3
BEFORE START ......................................................................S18-3
CRUISE ....................................................................................S18-3
PERFORMANCE...........................................................................S18-3

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MANUAL

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SUPPLEMENT 18
LONG RANGE
OPERATION

GENERAL
This Supplement is provided to present the data required for Long
Range Operations.
For limitations, procedures and performance information not contained
in this Supplement, refer to the basic AFM or to the applicable engine
Supplement.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

For the purposes of this Supplement, Long Range Operation is defined


as those operations which diversion time is greater than 60 minutes.

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SUPPLEMENT 18
LONG RANGE
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

LIMITATIONS
FUEL
LEGACY 650
For airplanes operating with TS-1 kerosene, the Fuel Pumps 1B and
2B must be operative and must be selected when diversion time is
greater than 60 minutes.

FIRE PROTECTION
BAGGAGE FIRE EXTINGUISHING BOTTLE

S18-2

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The factory-incorporated baggage compartment fire extinguishing


bottles agent duration is 75 minutes.

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

SUPPLEMENT 18
LONG RANGE
OPERATION

EMERGENCY AND ABNORMAL PROCEDURES


Emergency and Abnormal Procedures presented in the basic AFM and
applicable Supplements remain unchanged.

NORMAL PROCEDURES
Normal Procedures presented in the basic AFM remain unchanged,
except as amended herein.

BEFORE START
Fuel Pumps................................................................... TEST
Fuel Pump ............................................................... 1A AND 2A
Associated Fuel Pump Power ................................. ON
Check on the MFD Fuel Page that the selected fuel pump is
operating normally.
Repeat procedure for the remaining fuel pumps.
Associated Fuel Pump Power ................................. OFF

CRUISE
Crossfeed ..................................................................... OFF
NOTE: Use asymmetric thrust to improve or maintain wing fuel
balance.

PERFORMANCE

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The Performance data remains unchanged.

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LONG RANGE
OPERATION

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

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APPENDICES

APPENDICES
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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APPENDIX 1

CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST

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MANUAL

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APPENDIX 1
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
ORIGINAL ......................0 ................OCT 23, 2002
REVISION .................. 1 to 2 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................3 ................AUG 27, 2004
REVISION .................. 4 to 8 ............ Not Applicable
REVISION ......................9 ................ FEB 21, 2011
REVISION .....................10 .............. Not Applicable
REVISION .....................11 ...............DEC 13, 2013

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MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


TABLE OF CONTENTS

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

General Limitations ........................ A1-1


SYSTEM
NUMBER

SYSTEM

6
23
28
32
33
49
52
54
55
57
78

Dimensions and Areas................... 6-1


Communications ............................ 23-1
Fuel ................................................ 28-1
Landing Gear ................................. 32-1
Lights.............................................. 33-1
Auxiliary Power Unit....................... 49-1
Doors.............................................. 52-1
Nacelle/Pylons ............................... 54-1
Stabilizers....................................... 55-1
Wings ............................................. 57-1
Engine Exhaust.............................. 78-1

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

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APPENDIX 1
CONFIGURATION
DEVIATION LIST

GENERAL LIMITATIONS
This Configuration Deviation List contains additional certificate
limitations for operation of all models of the EMB-135BJ airplanes
without certain secondary airframe and engine parts as listed herein.
When the airplane is operated using the CDL, it must be operated in
accordance with the limitations specified in the AFM, as amended in
the CDL. All the items which are related to the airworthiness of the
airplane and not included on the list are automatically required.
The associated limitations must be listed on a placard affixed in the
cockpit in clear view of the pilots and other appropriate
crewmember(s). The pilot in command should be notified of each
operation with a missing part(s) by listing the missing part(s) in the
flight or dispatch release. The operator should list in the airplane
logbook an appropriate notation covering the missing part(s) on each
flight.
If an additional part is lost, the airplane may not depart the airport at
which it landed following this event, until it complies with the limitation
of the CDL. This, of course, does not preclude the issuance of a ferry
permit to allow the airplane to be flown to a point where the necessary
repairs or replacement can be made.
No more than one part for any one system may be missing, unless
specific combinations of parts are included in the CDL. Unless
otherwise specified, parts from different systems may be missing. The
performance penalties are cumulative, unless specifically designated
penalties are indicated for the combination of missing parts.
No more than three parts that have each been determined to cause
negligible performance degradation may be missing for takeoff without
applying a performance penalty. When more than three of such parts
are missing, a performance penalty of either 0.5 percent of the
maximum takeoff weight or 45 kilograms (100 pounds), whichever is
less, must be applied for takeoff, en route, and landing for each
missing part.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

No more than ten parts that have each been determined to cause no
performance penalty may be missing.

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AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

Takeoff performance penalties should be applied to the takeoff weights


that are limited by performance considerations (i.e., takeoff field
length, first, second, or final segment climb, or takeoff flight path).
If the performance-limited takeoff weight is greater than the maximum
certified takeoff weight, the takeoff performance penalties should be
applied to the maximum certified takeoff weight to ensure compliance
with the noise requirements.
Landing performance penalties should be applied to the landing
weights that are limited by performance considerations (i.e., landing
field length, landing climb, or approach climb). If the performancelimited landing weight is greater than the maximum certified landing
weight, the landing performance penalties should be applied to the
maximum certified landing weight to ensure compliance with the noise
requirements.
En route performance penalties apply only to operations that are
limited by the one-engine inoperative en route climb performance.

A1-2

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REVISION 11

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

The numbering and designation of system in this Appendix is based on


ATA Spec. 100. The parts within each system are identified by
functional description and, when necessary, by panel identification.
See Aircraft Maintenance Manual, Chapter 6, for panel identification.

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION
DEVIATION LIST

CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
6-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

6 DIMENSIONS AND
AREAS
41-1 Main Door Closing
Control Panel
Access Door
(123AL)

May be missing with no


penalty.

41-2 External Power


Connection
Access Door
(113EL)

May be missing with no


penalty.

41-3 Ground Air


Conditioning
Connection
Access Door
(196CR)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

41-5 Air Conditioning Heat


Exchanger Grills
(191ML)
(191NR)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

41-6 Pack Valve/


Wing Anti-Ice
Valve Access Door
(191KL)
(191LR)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

41-7 Bleed Flexible Joint


Access Door
(195AL/CL)
(194AR/CR)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

41-8 Red Beacon Fairing


(192EL)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

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FLIGHT
MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

Page
6-2

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

6 DIMENSIONS AND
AREAS
41-9 Hydraulic System
Servicing Access Door
(193DL/EL/FL)
(193GR/HR/JR)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.
NOTE: Legacy 650 must not
be dispatched with
access door 193GR
missing.

41-10 Wing Center Region


Access Door
(192AL)
(192BR)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

42-1 Pressure Fueling


Panel Access Door
(191SR)

May be missing provided:


a) Door microswitch is
locked in the actuated
position (simulating door
closed);
b) Refueling, defueling and
power switches are
checked in the CLOSED/
NORMAL position;
c) Refueling cap is locked
and latched; and

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d) Maximum airspeed is
limited to 250 KIAS/
0.65 M, whichever is
lower.

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MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
6-3

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

6 DIMENSIONS AND
AREAS
42-2 Potable Water
Service Access Door
(193NR)
(Legacy 600)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

42-3 Waste Service Panel


Access Door
(193MR)
(Legacy 600)

May be missing with no


penalty.

42-4 Ground Pneumatic


Engine Starting
Connection Access
Door
(272CR)

May be missing with no


penalty.

42-5 Ramp Interphone


Connection Access
Door
(272BR)

May be missing with no


penalty.

42-6 APU Cowling Attaching


Bolts Access Door
(313GR/DR/AL/BL)

May be missing with no


penalty.

42-7 APU Servicing


Access Door
(313CL)

May be missing provided


APU operates on the ground
only.

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MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

Page
23-1

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

23 COMMUNICATIONS
60-1 Static Dischargers

24 15 A maximum of 9 (nine) static


dischargers may be missing
with no penalty. At least the
following dischargers are
required to be installed:
a) 4 (four) are installed on
each wing;
b) 1 (one) is installed on the
rudder; and

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

c) 3 (three) are installed on


each elevator.

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MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
28-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

28 FUEL
11-1 Fuel Tank Drain
Access Door
(192CL/HL)
(192DR/JR)

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

May be missing with no


penalty.

12-1 Vent Valves Screen


Assembly
(Legacy 600)

NOTE: Legacy 600 is


equipped with 2 vent
valves on the
forward fuselage,
2 on the aft
fuselage, 1 on the
central fuselage and
2 on the wings.
(Legacy 650)

May be missing with no


penalty.

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

NOTE: Legacy 650 is


equipped with 2 vent
valves on the
forward fuselage,
3 on the aft
fuselage, 1 on the
central fuselage and
2 on the wings.
42-1 Direct Quantity
Measuring Sticks
(192FL)
(192GR)
(531CB, 541BB)
(631CB, 641BB)
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May be missing with no


penalty.

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MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

Page
32-1

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

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32 LANDING GEAR
10-1 Main Landing
Gear Doors

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

10-2 Main Landing Gear


Wheels Fairing

May be missing provided


maximum airspeed is limited
to 250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

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MANUAL

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
33-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

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33 LIGHTS
41-1 Nose Landing Light

May be missing with no


penalty.

42-1 Taxi Light

May be missing with no


penalty.

43-1 Navigation Light


Protective Lens

May be missing with no


penalty.

44-1 Inspection Light


Protective Lens

May be missing with no


penalty.

46-1 Logotype Light


Protective Lens

May be missing with no


penalty.

47-1 Red Beacon Light


Protective Lens

May be missing with no


penalty.

50-1 Exterior Emergency


Light Protective Lens

May be missing with no


penalty.

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

Page
49-1

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

49 AUXILIARY POWER
UNIT
42-1 APU Starter/Generator
Air Intake Scoop

May be missing provided


APU operates on the ground
only.

52-1 APU Compartment


Cooling Air Intake
Scoop

May be missing provided


APU operates on the ground
only.

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CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
52-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

52 DOORS
10-1 Main Door Handgrip

May be missing with no


penalty.

43-2 Tail Cone Access Door


(312AR)

May be missing with no


penalty.

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MANUAL

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Airplane

Page
54-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

54 NACELLE/PYLONS
50-1 Systems Access Door
(414AB/BB/EB)
(424AB/BB/EB)

A maximum of 1 per pylon


for a total of 2 may be
missing provided maximum
airspeed is limited to
250 KIAS/0.65 M, whichever
is lower.

50-2 Bleed Valve


Access Door
(414DB)
(424DB)

May be missing with no


penalty.

50-3 Pre-Cooler and Fan Air


Valve Access Door
(414CB)
(424CB)

May be missing with no


penalty.

50-4 Engine Pylon Fairing


(414HL, 424HR)

May be missing with no


penalty.

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REVISION 11

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

APPENDIX 1
CONFIGURATION
DEVIATION LIST

CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
55-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

55 STABILIZERS
10-2 Horizontal Stabilizer
Access Door
(333AB/BB/CB)
(334AB/BB/CB)

A maximum of 1 per side for


a total of 2 may be missing
with no penalty.

20-2 Spring Tab Control


Rod Fairing and
Associated Bracket

May be missing with no


penalty.

20-3 Servo Tab Control


Rod Fairing and
Associated Bracket

May be missing with no


penalty.

20-4 Elevator Access Door


(335AB/BB/CB/DB/
EB/FB/GB/HB)
(336AB/BB/CB/DB/
EB/FB/GB/HB)

16 15 One may be missing with no


penalty.
335AB/BB/CB/DB/EB and
336AB/BB/CB/DB/EB cannot
be missing.

30-1 Vertical Stabilizer


Access Door
(322AL,
324AL/BL/CL/DL/EL,
325AL/BL/CL/DL/EL,
FL)
(322BR, 324FR,
325FR/GR/HR/JR/
KR/LR)

20 17 A maximum of 3 in any
combination may be missing
with no penalty.
324EL/FR and 325EL/LR
cannot be missing.

40-1 Rudder Access Door


(326AL/BL/CL/DL/EL/
FL/GL/HL,
327AL/BL/CL/DL)
(327ER/FR/GR/HR)

16 14 A maximum of 2 in any
combination may be missing
with no penalty.

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REVISION 11

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

APPENDIX 1
CONFIGURATION
DEVIATION LIST

CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
57-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

57 WINGS
20-1 Vortex Generator

24 22 A maximum of 1 per wing for


a total of 2 may be missing
with no penalty.

30-2 Wing Tip Len

May be missing with no


penalty.

52-1 Flap Track Fairing

10

One may be missing with no


penalty.

52-2 Wing-to-Flap Seal

One may be missing


provided maximum airspeed
is limited to
250 KIAS/0.65 M,
whichever is lower.

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REVISION 11

AIRPLANE
FLIGHT
MANUAL

APPENDIX 1
CONFIGURATION
DEVIATION LIST

CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


Airplane

Page
78-1

EMB-135BJ
System &
Sequence
Number

ITEM

1. 2. Number installed
3. Number required for dispatch
4. Remarks and/or exceptions

78 ENGINE EXHAUST

AFM-135/1540 - FAA

31-1 Plug Inhibition of the


Thrust Reversers

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REVISION 11

May be missing with no


penalty.