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GULFSTREAM 200

PW 306A
INTRODUCTION
Runway Analysis provides the means to determine maximum allowable takeoff and landing
weights based upon:
Airport characteristics consisting of airport elevation, runway gradient and length,
runway contaminants, and the obstructions within the takeoff flight path,
Environmental conditions consisting of temperature, wind, and pressure altitude.
Aircraft Configurations consisting of power settings, flap settings, bleed configurations,
and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) inoperative components.
The performance and limitations are as outlined in the approved Airplane Flight Manual (AFM)
for the specific aircraft considered. All takeoff and landing airport analysis data provided by
Aircraft Performance Group complies with EU-OPS regulations.

TAKEOFF
The maximum allowable takeoff weight is obtained by selecting the most limiting of the
following:
1. Maximum certified takeoff structural weight.
2. Climb limited weight the maximum weight at which the appropriate airworthiness
climb gradients, for each takeoff segment, are attained for airport elevation and
temperature.
3. Runway field length limit weight the maximum weight at which the aircraft
complies with the appropriate airworthiness rules governing runway length, runway
gradient (slope), airport elevation, temperature, wind, pressure altitude, and runway
contamination.
4. Obstruction limited weight the maximum weight at which obstruction clearance
required by the appropriate airworthiness rules can be attained. The obstruction limit
weight is a function of aircraft configuration, obstacle height and distance, airport
elevation, temperature, and wind. Unless otherwise stated, all takeoffs assume a
straight out takeoff flight path along the extended runway centerline.
5. Brake energy the maximum weight at which the aircraft brakes can absorb the
amount of energy required to stop the aircraft.

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6. Tire speed the maximum weight so as not to exceed the maximum tire speed
limitations.
NOTE: Some runways/airports require a Special Departure Procedure in order to
optimize takeoff weight in terrain sensitive areas. The specific description of the Special
Departure Procedure is outlined on a separate page attached to the takeoff airport
analysis. These procedures describe the non-standard, one engine inoperative departure
flight path. The maximum allowable takeoff weights, presented in the subsequent
analysis, are based upon following the specific procedure(s) outlined.

LANDING
The maximum allowable landing weight is obtained by selecting the most limiting of the
following:
1. Maximum certified landing structural weight.
2. Climb limited weight the maximum weight at which the appropriate airworthiness
climb gradients, in the approach and landing configuration, are attained for airport
elevation and temperature.
3. Runway field length limit weight the maximum weight at which the aircraft
complies with the appropriate airworthiness rules governing runway length, runway
gradient (slope), airport elevation, wind, pressure altitude, and runway contamination.

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TAKEOFF PERFORMANCE CHART


DESCRIPTION / DEFINITIONS
GULFSTREAM 200 PW 306A
1. Chart Heading
The chart heading specifies the performance outlined (takeoff or landing), the airport by
Identifier, City/State, and Airport Name, the airport elevation, and the Aircraft type and Engine.
2. Aircraft Configuration
Aircraft configurations upon which the attached data is based on are presented in this block.
Aircraft configurations consist of the following:
Takeoff flaps settings:
0 Degrees, 12 Degrees and 20 Degrees
0 Degrees, 12 Degrees and 20 Degrees WET
0 Degrees, 12 Degrees and 20 Degrees Contaminated runway and
Compact snow
3. Special Departure Procedure
Some runways/airports require a Special Departure Procedure in order to optimize takeoff
weight in terrain sensitive areas. The specific description of the Special Departure Procedure is
outlined on a separate page attached to the takeoff airport analysis. These procedures describe
the non-standard, one engine inoperative, departure flight path. The maximum allowable takeoff
weights, presented in the subsequent analysis, are based upon the specific procedure(s) outlined.
If there is no DP attached to the runway identifier, the takeoff weights are predicated upon a
STRAIGHT OUT departure.
4. Runway Identifier
The runway identifier is specified as follows:
Full length runways indicated by basic identifier i.e. 34L
Intersection takeoffs include hyphen - i.e. 34L-A takeoff from intersection A
Temporary runway lengths / closures include TMP, i.e. 34LTMP
Special Departure Procedures include DP i.e. 34LDP
Declared distances used:
Takeoff Run Available (TORA)
Takeoff Distance Available (TODA)
Accelerate Stop Distance Available (ASDA)
Associated runway slope/gradient (percent)

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5. OAT
This is the surface temperature, in degrees Celsius, upon which the performance data is based.
The maximum temperature shown on the chart corresponds to the maximum operational
temperature for airport elevation.
6. Takeoff Thrust Setting
Engine Power (N1) settings for airport surface temperature and airport altitude are displayed for
both Engine Anti-ice ON and OFF.
7. Zero Wind Runway Limit Weight, Limit Code
The zero wind runway limit weight displayed is the lowest of the following:
1. One Engine Inoperative Accelerate / Stop Limitations.
2. One Engine Inoperative Accelerate / GO limitations.
3. All Engine Operating Field limitations.
4. Minimum Control limitations.
5. Brake Energy limitations.
6. Tire Speed limitations.
7. Obstacle Clearance limitations.
8. Flight Path / Level-off Altitude limitations.
The limit codes associated with the zero wind runway limits are as follows:
ST = Structural Limit
FL = Field Length Limit
-O = Obstacle Limit
TS = Tire Speed Limit
BE = Brake Energy Limit
MC = Minimum Control Speed Limit
FP = Flight Path / Level-Off Altitude Limit
8. Climb Limit Weight
The climb limit is a weight that meets the minimum climb gradients required for each takeoff
flight path segment as defined in the certification regulations. The climb limit is determined from
the applicable TAKEOFF WEIGHT LIMITED BY CLIMB REQUIREMENTS chart within
the AFM. The climb limit is dependent upon reported surface temperature and airport altitude
only.
THE LIMITING TAKEOFF WEIGHT IS THE LOWER OF THE RUNWAY LIMIT
WEIGHT, THE CLIMB LIMIT WEIGHT, OR THE MAXIMUM CERTIFIED
STRUCTURAL LIMIT WEIGHT.

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CORRECTIONS
Corrections may be available to the zero wind runway limit weight and/or the Climb limit
weight. A zero (0) may appear as a correction, which indicates that the adjustment item requires
no correction. An NA may appear as a correction, which indicates that the adjustment item is
NOT AUTHORIZED for operations.
9. Wind Corrections
Corrections to the runway limit weight may be made for Headwind and must be made for
Tailwind. Multiply the associated figure (HW+LBS/KT or TWLBS/KT) or (HW+KGS/KT or
TWKGS/KT) by the number of knots of steady state Headwind or number of knots of steady
state plus gusts of Tailwind. The resulting figure should be added/subtracted to/from the zero
wind runway limit weight.
10. QNH / Non-Standard Altimeter Corrections
Corrections to the runway limit weight may be made for high QNH (pressure) and must be made
for low QNH (pressure). Multiply the associated correction factor for high pressure
(QNH+LBS/.1 or QNH+KGS/mb) or for low pressure (QNH-LBS/.1 or QNH-KGS/mb) by the
difference in the altimeter setting from the standard (29.92 or 1013). The resulting amount
should be added (high pressure) or subtracted (low pressure) from the zero wind runway limit
weight to correct for non-standard pressure.
11. Anti-ice ON Corrections
If the Anti-ice system is to be selected ON for takeoff, a weight penalty must be applied.
Subtract the associated figure (ANTIICE ON-LBS or ANTIICE ON-KGS) from the runway
limit/climb limit weight after considering wind and temperature as described above. The
resulting figure is the runway limit/climb limit weight with Anti-ice ON.
12. Thrust Reverser Inoperative Corrections (Wet Runway Only)
If the Thrust Reverser is inoperative, a weight penalty must be applied. Subtract the associated
figure (THRST REV INOP-LBS or THRST REV INOP-KGS) from the runway limit weight
after considering wind and temperature as described above. The resulting figure is the runway
limit weight with Thrust Reverser inoperative.
13. Acceleration Altitude (MSL)
The standard level-off height for flap retraction and acceleration to final climb speed is 1500 feet
above ground level (AGL). In some cases, it may be necessary to extend the second segment
climb to a nonstandard altitude in order to achieve obstacle clearance prior to level-off
/acceleration. The required Acceleration Altitude, in feet MSL, is indicated below the specific
runway limit weights.

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14. Structural Limits Note


The maximum takeoff weight for runway limits and climb limits may exceed the Maximum
Structural weight of the aircraft up to the limits provided by AFM charts. This is in order to
apply penalty items without impacting maximum allowable takeoff weight in some cases. The
note at the bottom of the page is a reminder to indicate that:
THE LIMITING TAKEOFF WEIGHT IS THE LOWER OF THE RUNWAY LIMIT
WEIGHT, THE CLIMB LIMIT WEIGHT, OR THE MAXIMUM CERTIFIED
STRUCTURAL LIMIT WEIGHT.
15. Date
Indicates the date the performance chart was prepared.

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THF -EDDI --

ELEVATION

TAKEOFF PERFORMANCE
GULFSTREAM 200
PW 306A ENG

167

TAKEOFF FLAPS
RUNWAY
TORA(FT)
TODA(FT)
ASDA(FT)
SLOPE(%)
TMP
N1%RPM
DEG C
A/I
A/I
OFF
ON
-20
93.1/ 93.1
-15
94.0/ 94.0
-10
94.9/ 95.0
-5
95.8/ 95.9
0
96.7/ 96.8
97.1
97.4
97.6
97.9
97.9

09L
5118
5118
6870
0.25

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THF -EDDI -BERLIN, DEU


TEMPELHOF

0.0 DEGREES

27R
5577
5577
6870
-0.34

CLIMB
LIMIT

RUNWAY-OBSTACLE LIMIT WEIGHT/LIMIT CODE


31386
31137
30888
30554
30392

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

33199
32951
32693
32363
32188

-O
FL
FL
FL
FL

35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.

30293
30193
30091
29988
29884

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

32086
31984
31880
31774
31669

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.

2
4
6
8
10

97.1/
97.4/
97.8/
98.1/
98.5/

12
14
16
18
20

98.8
99.2
99.5
99.7
99.9

29770
29656
29538
29415
29293

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

31556
31442
31322
31195
31067

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.

22
24
26
28
30

99.7
99.4
99.1
98.7
98.3

29019
28745
28430
28072
27715

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

30772
30477
30137
29752
29367

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.

32
34
36
38
40

98.0
97.6
97.3
97.1
96.8

27360
27004
26670
26358
26045

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

28986
28604
28250
27924
27598

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL

35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.
35450.

45
49

96.2
95.6

25274 FL
NA NA

26816 FL
NA NA

34458.
33238.

HW
+LBS/KT
TW
-LBS/KT
QNH
+LBS/.1
QNH
-LBS/.1
ANTI ICE ON-LBS
ACCEL ALT (MSL)

55
153
21
91
1430
1670

53
133
22
96
1760
1670

*** INCLUDES AFM REVISION 15 - EXTENDED SECOND SEGMENT CLIMB CAPABILITY ***
*** OBSERVE STRUCTURAL LIMITS ***

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LANDING PERFORMANCE CHART


DESCRIPTION / DEFINITIONS
GULFSTREAM 200 PW 306A
1. Chart Heading
The chart heading specifies the performance outlined (takeoff or landing), the airport by
Identifier, City/State, and Airport Name, the airport elevation, and the Aircraft type and
Engine.
2. Approach Climb Limits
The approach climb limit weights meet the minimum climb gradients required for the
approach climb (go-around) phase of landing as defined in the certification regulations.
The approach climb limit weights are determined from the applicable Landing Weight
Permitted by Climb Requirements Charts within the AFM. The approach climb limit is
dependent upon reported surface temperature and airport altitude only. Corrections are
displayed for Anti-ice ON.
3. Aircraft/Runway Configuration for Landing
Landing data is provided for the following aircraft/runway configurations:
Landing Flaps 40
Anti Skid Operative and Inoperative
Landing Distance factors 60% and Unfactored
Dry and Wet runways.
4. Runway Identifier
The runway identifier is specified as follows:
Full length runways indicated by basic identifier i.e. 34L
Temporary runway lengths / closures include TMP, i.e. 34LTMP
Declared Distances used:
Landing Distance Available (LDA)
Associated effective runway slope/gradient.
5. Landing Runway Limit Weight
The runway limit weight for landing distance available is displayed corresponding to
given wind component and aircraft/runway configuration.
THE LIMITING LANDING WEIGHT IS THE LOWER OF THE RUNWAY
LIMIT WEIGHT, THE APPROACH CLIMB LIMIT WEIGHT, OR THE
MAXIMUM CERTIFIED STRUCTURAL LIMIT WEIGHT.
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6. Quick Turnaround Information


The critical temperature (CRTP) is the highest temperature that the aircraft can be landed
at maximum landing weight and make a quick turnaround. At temperatures above the
CRTP the weight must be reduced by the amount (SUB LB or SUB KG) for each degree
C above the critical temperature, for the given wind component. After landing at weights
in excess of the Quick Turnaround landing weight, perform a visual inspection and wait
the manufacturers required time before making a subsequent takeoff.
7. Temperature Correction
The landing field length data is calculated at 15 degrees Centigrade. For temperatures
less than (<) 15C, a credit may be applied. For temperatures greater than (>) 15C, a
penalty must be applied. Multiply the associated figure (<15C+LBS/DEGC or >15CLBS/DEGC) or (<15C+KGS/DEGC or >15C-KGS/DEGC) by the number of degrees C
below 15C or above 15C. The resulting figure should be added to or subtracted from the
runway limit weight.
8. Date
Indicates the date the performance chart was prepared.

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THF -EDDI --

ELEVATION

167

LANDING PERFORMANCE
GULFSTREAM 200
PW 306A ENG

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THF -EDDI -BERLIN, DEU


TEMPELHOF

***

TEMP(C)
CLMB WT
ENG A/I

APPROACH CLIMB LIMITS - APPROACH FLAPS 20 ***


CLIMB PERFORMANCE NOT LIMITING BELOW 49 (C)
-20
0
10
20
25
30
35
40
45
49
30000. 30000. 30000. 30000. 30000. 30000. 30000. 30000. 30000. 30000.
30000. 30000. 30000.
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

*** LANDING FIELD LENGTH LIMITS ***


*** ENGINE ANTI-ICE AND SURFACE DE-ICE OFF ***
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RUNWAY
|
*** LANDING FLAPS - 40 ***
| QUICK
|
LENGTH WIND|
ANTI SKID OPERATIVE
|
ANTI SKID INOPERATIVE |
TURN
|
SLOPE
| JAR 60% FCTR| UNFACTORED | JAR 60% FCTR| UNFACTORED | CRTP SUB |
| DRY
WET | DRY
WET | DRY
WET | DRY
WET | DEGC LBS |
______________________________________________________________________________
-10| 25251 20863 | 30000 30000 |
NA
NA | 30000 30000 | 21
55 |
-5| 27828 23161 | 30000 30000 | 22007
NA | 30000 30000 | 45
7 |
09L
|
|
|
|
|
|
5466FT 0| 30000 25484 | 30000 30000 | 24269 20215 | 30000 30000 | 49
0 |
0.25
|
|
|
|
|
|
10| 30000 27349 | 30000 30000 | 26070 21815 | 30000 30000 | 49
0 |
20| 30000 29265 | 30000 30000 | 27908 23513 | 30000 30000 | 49
0 |
<15C+LB/DEGC|
90
74 |
0
0 |
71
62 |
0
0 |
|
>15C-LB/DEGC|
84
70 |
0
0 |
66
55 |
0
0 |
|
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-10| 22214
NA | 30000 30000 |
NA
NA | 30000 28203 | 17
54 |
-5| 24513 20426 | 30000 30000 |
NA
NA | 30000 30000 | 43
49 |
27R
|
|
|
|
|
|
5180FT 0| 26824 22493 | 30000 30000 | 21445
NA | 30000 30000 | 49
0 |
-0.34
|
|
|
|
|
|
10| 28720 24160 | 30000 30000 | 23047
NA | 30000 30000 | 49
0 |
20| 30000 25840 | 30000 30000 | 24695 20855 | 30000 30000 | 49
0 |
<15C+LB/DEGC|
79
68 |
0
0 |
65
58 |
0
100 |
|
>15C-LB/DEGC|
73
62 |
0
0 |
59
48 |
0
94 |
|
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