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TYPE CERTIFICATE DATA SHEET Nº EA-9106

EA-9106-09
Type Certificate Holder: Sheet 01
BOMBARDIER INC.
BOMBARDIER INC.
CANADAIR GROUP
P.O. BOX 6087 - Station Centre-Ville CL-600-1A11 (CL-600)
Montreal, Quebec H3C 3G9 CL-600-2A12 (CL-601)
CANADA CL-600-2B16 (CL-601-3A)
CL-600-2B16 (CL-601-3R)
CL-600-2B16 (CL-604)
CL-600-2B19
(Regional Jet Serie 100)
12 August 2013

This data sheet, which is part of Type Certificate No. 9106, prescribes conditions and limitations under which
the product, for which the Type Certificate was issued, meets the airworthiness requirements of the Brazilian
Aeronautical Regulations.
I - CHALLENGER MODEL CL-600-1A11 (Transport Category) approved 02 July 1991.

ENGINE Two Avco Lycoming ALF-502L or ALF-502L-2.

FUEL Type Specifications
Canada USA UK
Jet A CAN2-3.23-M81 ASTM D1655 D. Eng RD2494
Jet A-1 CAN2-3.23-M81 ASTM D1655 D. Eng RD2494
Grade JP5 - MIL-T-5624 D. Eng RD2452
Grade JP8 - MIL-T-83133A D. Eng RD2453
Jet B CAN2-3.22-M80 ASTM D1655 D. Eng RD2486
JP-4 CAN2-3.22-M80 ASTM D5624 D. Eng RD2486
Jet A and Jet A-1 fuels must contain an approved anti-icing additive
unless Canadair modification Summary 600-702 and Lycoming Service
Bulletin ALF-502-79-0007 are incorporated.

ENGINE LIMITS SL Static Compressor rpm Inter-turbine
Thrust LP hp Temperature
o o
(lb) %N1 %N2 C F
Take-off (5 minutes) 7 500 96.0 98.2 904 1 660
Maximum Continuous 7 100 96.0 96.4 877 1 610
*Starting maximum 823 1 513
Maximum Oil Temperature: Normal o o
143 C (290 F)
**Transient 170oC (338oF)
* Time limit 10 seconds above 793oC (1 460oF)
** Permitted during power reduction. Normal temperature must be
achieved within two minutes of achieving steady state operation.

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OIL Engine, APU, Generator Adapter:
MIL-L-7808 (Type I) or MIL-L-23699 (Type II) or other approved oils as
identified in the Maintenance Manual (refer to Approved Publications)

OIL PRESSURE Maximum: Sea Level 120 psi.
Minimum: At steady state 30 psi.
low or high idle

APU Limits
Maximum rpm 110%
Maximum EGT: Running - 731oC (1348ºF)
Starting - 974oC (1785ºF)

AIRSPEED LIMITS Maximum operating (VMO): Sea level to 10 000 ft 300 kcas
(CAS) Maximum operating (VMO): Above 10 000 ft 320 kcas
Maximum operating (MMO): Above 10 000 ft 0.79 mcas
Maneuvering (VA) –
(See Flight Manual for variation of VA with altitude and aircraft weight).
Flaps extended (VFE)
- 45° : 168 kcas
- 30° : 196 kcas
- 20° : 230 kcas
L. G. operation (VLO): 197 kcas
L. G. extended (VLE): 250 kcas

CG RANGE Weight, kg (lb) Forward Limit Aft Limit
(See NOTE 1) % MAC (Sta.) % MAC (Sta.)
10 886 (24 000) 16% (+502.848) ---
to 14 197 (31 300)
16 556 (36 500) 18% (+504.701) 28% (+513.965)
11 703 (25 800) --- 33% (+518.598)
10 886 (24 000) --- 33% (+518.598)
Straight line variation between points given.

DATUM Fuselage station O, located 9.53 m (375 in) forward of datum jig point

LEVELING MEANS Target plate and plumb bob bracket within rear fuselage, at fuselage
station 718.

MEAN AERODYNAMIC 2.35 m (92.644 in.)(Leading edge of MAC from datum at +12.40 m
CHORD (+488.025 in.))

MAXIMUM WEIGHT Takeoff: 16 330 kg (36 000 lb)
(see Note 1) Landing: 13 835 kg (30 500 lb)
Zero Fuel: 11 703 kg (25 800 lb)
Ramp: 16 556 kg (36 500 lb)
Minimum flight weight 10 886 kg (24 000 lb)

MINIMUM CREW 2 (pilot and co-pilot)

MAXIMUM OCCUPANTS 21 (includes crew)
(see Note 1)

59 2.34 1.3 2 259.76 56.31 0. -0.5) Total 8 328 2 200 1 835 6 785 14 960 --- See NOTE 1(b) for system fuel.14 (+675) Total 2. -0.87 3. Imp. APU Usable 1.43 3.5) (each) 1 center tank 2 839 750 625 2 313 5 100 (+457.7  1 Flight Spoiler: Up 0 to 40 +3.5 Aileron: Up 20.25 LE Down 9  0.61 6.5) (each) 1 center tank 2 843 751 625.34 1.Gal kg Weight. Imp.14 25.76 14.38 6.5) Total 8 389 2 216 1 848.8  1 Down 21.36 (+675) MAXIMUM OPERATING Takeoff and Landing 5 000 feet ALTITUDE En route 40 000 feet 41 000 feet with Canadair Modification Summaries 600-1923 and 600-8330 incorporated.49 5.54 0.1 5 107 (+457.6  1 Down 18.70 0. Mom.8 (+623) Usable 2 engines 7.3  1 Flaps inboard: Down 0 to 45  1 Flaps outboard: Down 0 to 46. Mom.8 (+623) See NOTE 1(c) for system oil.94 1. CONTROL SURFACE Elevator: Up 23.88 28. OIL CAPACITY Liters US Gal. . A Certificate of Airworthiness for Export endorsed as noted under "Import Requirements" must be submitted for each individual aircraft for which application for a Brazilian Certificate of Airworthiness is made. -0 S/N’S ELIGIBLE 1024 and subsequent.22 13.4  1 MOVEMENTS: Horizontal Stabilizer: LE Up 0 +0.5 Rudder: Right 20 +1º.71 0.1 4 981 (+506.5 Left 20 +1º.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 3/29 FUEL CAPACITY Liters US Gal.5. -0.65 3.5 611.ar lb m -in 2 main tanks 2 773 732.3 15 069 --- Usable 2 main tanks 2 744 725 605 2 236 4 930 (+506.52 29.50 (+675) Unusable 1.25 1.06 2.Gal kg Weight.4 (+623) (each) Total 28 7.07 12.41 0.4 6 834.ar lb m -in 2 engines 14 3.8 2 316.9 (+623) (each) Total 14.16 0.69 3.

0 conditions Transient: Takeoff (APR operating) 886 1 627 (2 minutes) Takeoff (APR not 864 1 588 operating) (2 minutes) Start/relight (25 sec) 899 1 650 (50 sec) 885 1 625 * One – General Electric CF-34-3A and one CF-34-3A2 or One – General Electric CF-34-1A and one CF-34-3A or Two – General Electric CF-34-3A or Two – General Electric CF-34-3A2 Service Bulletin 601-0238 “Engines use of 3A engines of 3A engines at 3A power settings.6 99. ** See AFM as listed in Approved Publication for CF-34-3A and CF-34-3A2 engines ITT limits. Eng RD2494 Grade JP5 . U.MODEL CL-600-2A12 (Transport Category) approved 05 September 1991.4 857 1 576 (5 minutes) Takeoff (APR not 8 650 96.S. Eng RD2486 JP-4 CAN2-3. Eng RD2452 Grade JP8 .22-M80 ASTM D1655 D. engine anti-ice bleed or air-conditioning unit must be selected ON for each engine.22-M80 ASTM D5624 D.K. Generator Adapter: MIL-L-7808 (Type I) or MIL-L-23699 (Type II) or other approved oils as identified in the Maintenance Manual (refer to Approved Publications) .23-M81 ASTM D1655 D. MIL-T-5624 D. Idle in icing 64.A.23-M81 ASTM D1655 D. MIL-T-83133A D. APU.0 Min. 2. Engine Limits with APR Operating are only applicable to Outside Air Temperatures of -4oF (-20oC) and above.2 98. Eng RD2453 Jet B CAN2-3. Eng RD2486 ENGINE LIMITS SL Static Compress rpm Inter-turbine Thrust or LP hp Temperature** o o (lb) %N1 %N2 C F Takeoff (APR operating) 9 140 98. OIL Engine.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 4/29 II . Jet A CAN2-3.6 99.2 842 1 548 operating) (5 minutes) Maximum Continuous 8 920 98.2 838 1 540 Idle range 62. ENGINE Two General Electric CF-34-1A or * FUEL Type Specifications Canada U. Above 40 000 feet. Note: 1. Eng RD2494 Jet A-1 CAN2-3.” must be incorporated.9 - 64.

MEAN AERODYNAMIC 2.40 m CHORD (+488. See AFM as in Approved Publications.03 in.) % MAC (Sta. G.35 m (92.20° : 230 kcas L.30° : 196 kcas . DATUM Fuselage station O.450) 11 340 (25 000) --. 35% (+520. MINIMUM CREW 2 (pilot and co-pilot) . extended (VLE): 250 kcas CG RANGE Weight. kg (lb) Forward Limit Aft Limit (See NOTE 1) %MAC (Sta.64 in. located 375 inches forward of weighing datum jig point LEVELING MEANS Target plate and plumb bob bracket within rear fuselage.450) Straight line variation between points given.45° : 187 kcas .) (Leading edge of MAC from datum at +12. G.79 mcas Maximum operating (VMO): 25 740 to 28 640 ft 335 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): Above 28 640 ft 0. Flaps extended (VFE) . 35% (+520. operation (VLO): 196 kcas L.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 5/29 o o OIL TEMPERATURE C F Maximum Permissible (15 minutes maximum) +163 325 Maximum for single engine climb (60 minutes maximum) +155 311 Maximum continuous: +150 302 Minimum for starting: -40 -40 OIL PRESSURE Maximum Transient Cold Start: 100 psi (6 minutes maximum) Maximum Continuous: 95 psi Minimum at steady state idle: 25 psi Minimum at takeoff (power): 40 psi APU LIMITS Maximum rpm 110% Maximum EGT: Starting (10 seconds) 974 ºC 1785 ºF Running 731 ºC 1348 ºF AIRSPEED LIMITS Maximum operating (VMO): Sea level to 10 000 ft 300 kcas (CAS) Maximum operating (VMO): 10 000 to 21 420 ft 365 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): 21 420 to 25 740 ft 0.835 mcas Maneuvering (VA) – (See Flight Manual for variation of VA with altitude and aircraft weight).818) 14 061 (31 000) --.) 11 340 (25 000) to 16% (+502. at fuselage station 718.)) MAXIMUM WEIGHT Takeoff: 19 096 kg (42 100 lb) (see Note 1) Landing: 16 330 kg (36 000 lb) Zero Fuel: 13 381 kg (29 500 lb) Ramp: 19 165 kg (42 250 lb) Minimum flight weight 11 340 kg (25 000 lb) Certain aircraft are eligible for operation at an increased weight.848) --- 19 164 (42 250) 19 164 (42 250) 30% (+515.

16 0. -0.0) Total 12.0 Down 21.59 (+656.38 1. . OIL CAPACITY Liters US Gal.42 5. -0 S/N’S ELIGIBLE 1003.0) Total 10.5 Aileron: Up 20.7  1 Flight Spoiler: Up 0 to 40 +3.88 3.0) See NOTE 1(c) for system oil.Gal kgWeight.Gal kg Weight.60 21.94 13.0) Total 2. Mom.80 10.41 0.49 5.50 (+646.88 26.4 2 224 4 903 (+506.0) Unusable 1. -0. 3001 and subsequent.71 0.6) Total 9 278 2 451 2 042 7 560 16 667 --- See NOTE 1(b) for system fuel.43 3.0 MOVEMENTS Horizontal Stabilizer: LE Up 0 +0.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 6/29 MAXIMUM OCCUPANTS 22 (includes crew) FUEL CAPACITY Liters US Gal.6) Fuselage tank 3 831 1 012 842.59 2.09 (+656.34 1.0º.70 1.18 (+656.4  1.0) MAXIMUM OPERATING Takeoff and Landing 10 000 feet ALTITUDE En route 41 000 feet CONTROL SURFACE Elevator: Up 23.6) 1 center tank 3 827 1011 842 3 118 6 875 (+455.06 2.44 1.5 Left 25 +1. Imp.ar lb m -in 2 main tanks (each) 2 729 721 600.22 1. -0. APU Usable 1. A Certificate of Airworthiness for Export endorsed as noted under "Import Requirements" must be submitted for each individual aircraft for which application for a Brazilian Certificate of Airworthiness is made.54 0.6  1.31 0.0º.18 (+656.25 LE Down 9  0.83 11.41 2.14 4.5 Rudder: Right 25 +1.25 1. Imp.0 Flaps inboard: Down 0 to 45  1 Flaps outboard: Down 0 to 46.8  1.29 9.ar lb m -in 2 engines (each) 6.7 3 121 6 882 (+455.4 7 569 16 688 --- Usable 2 main tanks (each) 2 726 720 600 2 221 4 896 (+506. Mom.3  1.70 0.0 Down 18.75 2.5.0) Usable 2 engines (each) 5.14 (+646.40 2.6) Total 9 289 2 454 2 043.36 (+646.

MIL-T-5624 D.23-M81 ASTM D1655 D.0 Min. Eng RD2494 Jet A-1 CAN2-3.9 - 64.MODEL CL-600-2B16 (Transport Category) approved 05 September 1991. Above 40 000 feet.4 871 1 600 (5 minutes) Takeoff (APR not 8 650 96.23-M81 ASTM D1655 D.22-M80 ASTM D1655 D. Note: 1. Eng RD2452 Grade JP8 .6 99.0 Transient: Takeoff (APR operating) 900 1 652 (2 minutes) Takeoff (APR not 878 1 612 operating) (2 minutes) Start/relight (25 sec) 899 1 650 (50 sec) 885 1 625 ** See AFM as listed in Approved Publications for CF-34-3A and CF-34-3A2 engines ITT limits. APU.6 99.2 98. Eng RD2453 Jet B CAN2-3.2 860 1 580 operating) (5 minutes) Maximum Continuous 8 920 98. MIL-T-83133A D. engine anti-ice bleed or air-conditioning unit must be selected ON for each engine. o o OIL TEMPERATURE C F Maximum Permissible (15 minutes maximum) +163 325 Maximum for single engine climb (60 minutes maximum) +155 311 Maximum continuous: +150 302 Minimum for starting: -40 -40 . Eng RD2494 Grade JP5 . Engine Limits with APR Operating are only applicable to Outside Air Temperatures of -4oF (-20oC) and above.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 7/29 III . Variant CL-604 Two General Electric CF-34-3B (Serial Number 5301 and subsequent) Approved by the CTA 15 December 1997.** o o (to variant 601-3A and (lb) %N1 %N2 C F 601-3R) Takeoff (APR operating) 9 140 98.2 860 1 580 Idle range 62.22-M80 ASTM D5624 D. Eng RD2486 JP-4 CAN2-3. Generator Adapter: MIL-L-7808 (Type I) or MIL-L-23699 (Type II) Or other approved oils as identified in the Maintenance Manual (refer to Approved Publications). rpm Inter-turbine Thrust ssor LP hp Temperature. ENGINE Variant CL-601-3A Two General Electric CF-34-3A or CF-34-3A2 or One General Electric CF-34-3A and one CF-34-3A2 Variant CL-601-3R Two General Electric CF-34-3A1 (Serial Number 5135 and subsequent) Approved by the CTA 15 May 1996. Eng RD2486 OIL Engine. ENGINE LIMITS SL Static Compre. FUEL Type Specifications Canada USA UK Jet A CAN2-3. 2. Idle in icing onditions 64.

450) 11 340 (25 000) --. 35% (+520.) 11 340 (25 000) to 16% (+502. operation (VLO): 196 kcas L.4 m (+488.20° : 230 kcas L.835 mcas Maneuvering (VA) – (See Flight Manual for variation of VA with altitude and aircraft weight). DATUM Fuselage station O. kg (lb) Forward Limit Aft Limit (See NOTE 1) %MAC (Sta. extended (VLE): 250 kcas CG RANGE Weight. at fuselage station 718.03 in.45° : 187 kcas . located 375 inches forward of weighing datum jig point LEVELING MEANS Target plate and plumb bob bracket within rear fuselage.)) CHORD MAXIMUM WEIGHT Takeoff: 19 550 kg (43 100 lb) (see Note 1) Landing: 16 330 kg (36 000 lb) Zero Fuel: 13 381 kg (29 500 lb) Ramp: 19 618 kg (43 250 lb) Minimum flight weight 11 340 kg (25 000 lb) Certain aircraft are eligible for operating at different weights.35 m (92. See AFM as in approved publication.818) 14 061 (31 000) --. MINIMUM CREW 2 (pilot and co-pilot) MAXIMUM OCCUPANTS 22 (includes crew) .) % MAC (Sta. MEAN AERODYNAMIC 2. 35% (+520.64 in.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 8/29 OIL PRESSURE Maximum Transient Cold Start: 100 psi (6 minutes maximum) Maximum Continuous: 95 psi Minimum at steady state idle: 25 psi Minimum at takeoff (power): 40 psi APU LIMITS Maximum rpm 110% Maximum EGT: oC oF Starting (10 seconds) 974 1 785 Running 731 1 348 AIRSPEED LIMITS Maximum operating (VMO): Sea level to 10 000 ft 300 kcas (CAS) Maximum operating (VMO): 10 000 to 21 330 ft 365 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): 21 330 to 25 640 ft 0. 30% (+515.848) --- 19 618 (43 250) 19 618 (43 250) --. 601-3R variant for aircraft S/N 5135 and subsequent. G.30° : 196 kcas . G. Flaps extended (VFE) .)(Leading edge of MAC from datum at +12.450) Straight line variation between points given.79 mcas Maximum operating (VMO): 25 640 to 28 720 ft 335 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): Above 28 720 ft 0.

Above 40 000 feet.20° : 231 kcas L.2 98.6 99. Flaps extended (VFE) . G.) .30° : 197 kcas . ** Thrust LP o o Time limit (lb) %N1 %N2 C F Takeoff (APR operating) 9 220 98. G.0 Min. o o OIL TEMPERATURE C F Maximum Permissible (15 minutes maximum) +163 325 Maximum for single engine climb (60 minutes maximum) +155 311 Maximum continuous: +150 302 Minimum for starting: -40 -40 OIL PRESSURE Maximum Transient Cold Start: 115 psi (10 minutes maximum) Maximum Continuous: 95 psi Minimum at steady state idle: 25 psi Minimum at takeoff (power): 45 psi APU LIMITS Maximum rpm 110% Maximum EGT: Starting (10 seconds) 974 oC 1 785 oF Running 731 oC 1 346 oF AIRSPEED LIMITS Maximum operating (VMO): Sea level to 8 000 ft 300 kcas (CAS) Maximum operating (VMO): 8 000 to 22 160 ft 348 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): 22 160 to 26 570 ft 0.78 mcas Maximum operating (VMO): 26 570 to 30 997 ft 318 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): Above 30 997 ft 0.2 874 1 605 Idle range 62.85 mcas Maneuvering (VA) – (See Flight Manual for variation of VA with altitude and aircraft weight).45° : 189 kcas .2 884 1 623 operating) (5 minutes) Maximum Continuous 9 140 98.4 900 1 650 (5 minutes) Takeoff (APR not 8 729 96. 2.0 Transient: Takeoff (APR operating) 928 1 702 (2 minutes) Takeoff (APR not 900 1 650 operating) (2 minutes) Start/relight (25 sec) 899 1 650 (50 sec) 885 1 625 Note: 1.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 9/29 ENGINE LIMITS CF34-3B SL Compr rpm Inter-turbine (to variant 604) Static e-ssor hp Temperature. Engine Limits with APR Operating are only applicable to Outside Air Temperatures of -4oF (-20oC) and above. kg (lb) Forward Limit %MAC (Sta.) Aft Limit % MAC (Sta. extended (VLE): 250 kcas CG RANGE Weight. engine anti-ice bleed or air-conditioning unit must be selected ON for each engine.6 99. Idle in icing conditions 64.9 -64. operation (VLO): 197 kcas L.

Mom.6) 1 center tank 3 823 1010 841 3 115 6 868 (+455. Mom. Variant for aircraft S/N 5135 and subsequent.553) --- 17 237 (38 000) 17 918 (39 500) to 16% (+502.6) Total 9 289 2 454 2 043 7 569 16 686 --- See NOTE 1(b) for system fuel. kg Weight.ar Gal lb m -in Usable 2 main tanks (each) 2 733 722 601 2 227 4 909 (+506.7) Total 11 250 2 972 2 475 9 166 20 209 --- See NOTE 1(b) for system fuel. To 604 variant Liters US Gal.)(Leading edge of MAC from datum at 12. kg Weight. at fuselage station 718. 38% (+523.4 m CHORD (+488.7) Total 10 000 2 642 2 199 8 148 17 962 --- See NOTE 1(b) for system fuel. MEAN AERODYNAMIC 2.arm Gal lb -in Usable 2 main tanks (each) 2 733 722 601 2 227 4 909 (+506.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 10/29 (See NOTE 1) 11 793 (26 000) to 20% (+506. . 35% (+520.228) 19 505 (43 000) 17 237 (38 000) to --. See AFM as in approved publication. Mom.arm Gal lb -in Usable 2 main tanks (each) 2 733 722 601 2 227 4 909 (+506.03 in.6) 1 center tank 3 823 1 010 841 3 115 6 868 (+455. Imp. Imp. DATUM Fuselage station O.64 in.)) MAXIMUM WEIGHT Takeoff: 21 591 kg (47 600 lb) (see Note 1) Landing: 17 237 kg (38 000 lb) Zero Fuel: 14 515 kg (32 000 lb) Ramp: 21 636 kg (47 700 lb) Minimum flight weight 11 793 kg (26 000 lb) Certain aircraft are eligible for operating at different weights.6) Tailtank 711 188 156 579 1 276 (+816. located 375 inches forward of weighing datum jig point LEVELING MEANS Target plate and plumb bob bracket within rear fuselage. Imp.449) 11 793 (26 000) Straight line variation between points given.35 m (92.6) 1 center tank 4 020 1 062 885 3 275 7 222 (+450. kg Weight.6) Tailtank 1 764 466 388 1 437 3 169 (+771.847) --- 20 298 (44 750) 21 636 (47 700) 20% (+506. MINIMUM CREW 2 (pilot and co-pilot) MAXIMUM OCCUPANTS 22 (includes crew) FUEL CAPACITY To 601-3A variant Liters US Gal.553) --- 21 636 (47 700) to --. To 601-3R variant Liters US Gal.

3ppm) .59 2.41 0. Variant 604 .83 11.71 0.50 (+646.7  1 Flight Spoiler: Up 0 to 40 +3.0) Unusable 1.94 13.75 2.25 1.0) Total 12. Mom.0) Total 10.59 (+656. -0.14 (+646.5135 and subsequent.44 1.34 1. MIL-T-5624 D. A Certificate of Airworthiness for Export endorsed as noted under "Import Requirements" must be submitted for each individual aircraft for which application for a Brazilian Certificate of Airworthiness is made.18 (+656.6  1 Down 18.3  1 Flaps inboard: Down 0 to 45  1 Flaps outboard: Down 0 to 46.ar Gal lb m -in 2 engines (each) 6. -0.60 21.43 3. -0. Eng RD2452 Grade JP8 .18 (+656.54 0. ENGINE Two General Electric CF-34-3A1 or Two General Electric CF-34-3B1. MAXIMUM OPERATING Takeoff and Landing 10 000 feet ALTITUDE En route 41 000 feet CONTROL SURFACE Elevator: Up 23.22 1. kgWeight.0) Total 2. Eng RD2486 Fuel additives Restricted to those listed in AFM (CSP-A-012) (Limitations.5 Rudder: Right 25 +1º.MODEL CL-600-2B19 .42 5.06 2. Eng RD2494 Jet A-1 CAN2-3. Engines may be intermixed in accordance with AFM as listed in Approved Publications FUEL Type Specifications Canada USA UK Jet A CAN2-3.40 2.25 LE Down 9  0. -0 S/N’S ELIGIBLE Variant 601-3A .22-M80 ASTM D5624 D.23-M81 ASTM D1655 D.38 1.14 4.22-M80 ASTM D1655 D.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 11/29 OIL CAPACITY 601-3A variant* Liters US Gal.5001 and subsequent. Eng RD2494 Grade JP5 .44 2. Eng RD2453 Jet B CAN2-3.16 0.5 Left 25 +1º.09 (+656.5 Aileron: Up 20. approved 07 July 1997.88 26.88 3. except as listed in the AFM approved publication.31 0.70 0.29 9. IV . Variant 601-3R . MIL-T-83133A D.0) See NOTE 1(c) for system oil.0) *601-3R variant & 604 variant – same as 601-3A.23-M81 ASTM D1655 D.80 10.49 5.36 (+646.70 1.Regional Jet Series 100 (Transport Category).5301 and subsequent.5.4  1 MOVEMENTS Horizontal Stabilizer: LE Up 0 +0.0) Usable 2 engines (each) 5. APU Usable 1.8  1 Down 21. fuel Additives) and / or antistatic STADIS-450 (max. Imp. Eng RD2486 JP-4 CAN2-3.

APU and IDG MIL-L-7808 (Type I) or MIL-L-23699 (Type II) or CASTROL 4000.4 900 1 650 5*** (APR operating) 928 1 702 2* Takeoff 96.85 mcas Maneuvering (VA) – (See Flight Manual for variation of VA with altitude and aircraft weight).2 884 1 623 5*** (APR not operating) 900 1 650 2* Maximum Continuous 98.6 99.6 99. do not advance thrust lever 70% N2 until N2 idle rpm has stabilized to within normal limits.0 900 1 652 * 2 minutes out of 5 total transient. .2 98.0** Acceleration 900 1 652 Starting 20.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 12/29 ENGINE LIMITS Fan Core Inter-turbine Time limit rpm rpm Temperature o o N1% N2% C F Minutes Takeoff 98. * * Mixing of different types of oils is prohibited. 10 minutes maximum)* Maximum Continuous: 115 psi Minimum at steady state idle: 25 psi Minimum at takeoff (power): 45 psi * Engine must remain at idle until oil pressure returns to normal range APU LIMITS GARRETT GTCP-36-150RJ Maximum rpm 107% Maximum EGT: Starting 974 oC 1 785* oF Running 743 Co 1 369 oF * Not to be exceeded under any operating conditions.2 860 1 580 34-3A1 Maximum Continuous 98. NOTE: Above 40 000 feet. *** Transient limits. OIL Engine.5 to 8. If N2 idle rpm is more than 2% lower.6 99. AIRSPEED LIMITS (CAS) Maximum operating (VMO): Sea level to 8 000 ft 330 kcas Maximum operating (VMO): 8 000 to 25 400 ft 335 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): 25 400 to 28 300 ft 0. ** Refer to Idle Speed Limit Chart in the AFM.80 mcas Maximum operating (VMO): 28 300 to 31 400 ft 315 kcas Maximum operating (MMO): 31 400 to 41 000 ft 0. one air conditioning unit or cowl anti-ice must be selected on for each engine. o o OIL TEMPERATURE C F Maximum Permissible (15 minutes maximum) +163 325 Maximum continuous: +155 311 Minimum for starting: -40 -40 OIL PRESSURE Maximum Transient Cold Start: 156 psi (130 psi at idle.2 874 1 605 34-3B1 Idle range 56.

Straight line variation between points given.20° : 230 kcas .744) --- 23 247 (51 250) 23 247 (51 250) --.732) --- 15 422 (34 000) 16 329 (36 000) to 9. 32% (+525. operation (VLO)(extending): 250 kcas L.642) Max. 27% (+520.0% (+504.0% (+502.) MAC (Sta.30° : 196 kcas .744) --- 21 636 (47 700) 21 636 (47 700) --.5% (+510.) 11 558 (25 480) 16. G.) % MAC (Sta.613) 13 608 (30 000) 11 558 (25 480) --. G. T/O: 1. 2. T/O 53 000 lb Weight.0% --- 24 154 (53 250) to --. kg (lb) Forward Limit Aft Limit %MAC (Sta. extended (VLE): 250 kcas Max.201) --- 13 608 (30 000) to 11.744) --- 24 154 (53 250) 24 154 (53 250) 24.) 11 558 (25 480) 16.659) 22 680 (50 000) to --. --- 21 636 (47 700) to --.642) Notes for all Max.) 11 558 (25 480) 16.45° : 191 kcas .596) 16 329 (36 000) 15 422 (34 000) to --.0% (+502.596) 16 329 (36 000) 15 422 (34 000) to --. 35% (+528.732) --- 15 422 (34 000) 16 329 (36 000) to 9.0% (+504. 32% (+525.0% (+502.613) 16 608 (30 000) 11 558 (25 480) --. kg (lb) Forward Limit Aft Limit %MAC (Sta. Effect of landing gear retraction on CG position is negligible.201) --- 13 608 (30 000) to 11.5% (+510. .8º : 230 kcas L. 27% (+520. T/O 47 450 lb Weight. 32% (+525. 24% (+517. operation (VLO)(retracting): 200 kcas L.732) --- 15 422 (34 000) 16 329 (36 000) to 9. 35% (+528.642) Max. G.613) 13 608 (30 000) 11 580 (25 480) --.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 13/29 CG RANGE Flaps extended (VFE) . 35% (+528.201) --- 13 608 (30 000) to 11. kg (lb) Forward Limit Aft Limit % %MAC (Sta. T/O 51 000 lb Weight.5% (+510. 27% (+520.0% (+504.596) 16 329 (36 000) 15 422 (34 000) to --.) % MAC (Sta.

42 5.75 2.88 26.53 m (99.45 2.60 21. MINIMUM CREW 2 (pilot and co-pilot).38 1.70 1. lb 2 main tanks (each) 2 650 700 583 2 159 4 760 Center tank 2 782 735 612 2 267 4 998 Total 8 082 2135 1670 6 585 14 518 * Pressure refueling (based on 0.8028 kg/l) OIL CAPACITY Liters.09 Total 12.3 Flaps inboard: Down 0 to 45. FUEL CAPACITY Load * Weight * Usable Liters. 4 crew.09 Flaps outboard: Down 0 to 41. MAXIMUM OCCUPANTS 55 (including 50 passengers.18 Usable 2 engines (each) 5.18 MAXIMUM OPERATING Takeoff and Landing 10 000 feet ALTITUDE En route 41 000 feet CONTROL SURFACE Elevator: Up 23. located 375 inches forward of weighing datum jig point LEVELING MEANS Target plate and plumb bob bracket within rear fuselage. and 1 flight observer).BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 14/29 DATUM Fuselage station O. Imp.793 in.6 Down 18. at fuselage station 718.22 1.4 MOVEMENTS Horizontal Stabilizer: LE Up 2 LE Down –13 Rudder: Right 33 * Left 33 Aileron: Up 25 Down 21.75.)(Leading edge of MAC from datum at + 12.14 4.59 Total 10. Gal kg weight.80 10. US Gal.44 1. Gal kg weight. lb 2 engines (each) 6.94 13.83 11. US Gal.43 in.)) MAXIMUM WEIGHT kg (lb) kg (lb) kg (lb) kg (lb) kg (lb) kg (lb) (see Note 1) Takeoff: 21 523 23 133 23 133 24 040 24 040 24 040 (47 450) (51 000) (51 000) (53 000) (53 000) (53 000) Landing: 20 276 21 205 21 319 21 205 21 319 21 319 (44 700) (46 750) (47 000) (46 750) (47 000) (47 000) Zero Fuel: 19 142 19 958 19 958 19 958 19 958 17 917 (42 200) (44 000) (44 000) (44 000) (44 000) (39 500) Ramp: 21 636 23 247 23 247 24 154 24 154 24 154 (47 700) (51 250) (51 250) (53 250) (53 250) (53 250) Minimum 13 608 13 608 13 608 13 608 13 608 13 608 flight weight (30 000) (30 000) (30 000) (30 000) (30 000) (30 000) Note: The maximum Take-off weight and/or maximum landing weight may be further limited due to performance considerations (refer to Airplane Flight Manual).29 9.88 3.58 Flight Spoiler: Up 0 to 50 Ground Spoiler: Up 0 to 45 Spoileron: Up 0 to 50 CONTROL SURFACE * Rudder deflections of 33º left and 33º right apply when CF-34-3A1 . MEAN AERODYNAMIC 2.40 2.57 m CHORD (+494. Imp.

(see NOTE 1) and approved revisions. Canadair Publication CSP A053. RBR-601R-167. Canadair Publication RAL-600-105. Canadair Publication RAL-601A-105 (3A & 3R variants) and RAL-604-0001 (604 variant).BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 15/29 MOVEMENTS engines are installed. and later approved revisions. and later approved revisions. b) Maintenance Review Board (MRB) Report and subsequent revisions as contained I the Maintenance Requirements Manual (MRM). (see NOTE 1) and approved revisions. PSP 601A-1-1 and PSP 604-1 for the appropriate weight configuration. Model CL-600-2B19 Engineering Report No. Model CL-600-2B16 a) Aircraft Flight Manual. Canadair Publication CSP A- 008 and subsequent approved issues. PSP 601-1B and PSP 601-1B-1 for the appropriate weight configuration. b) Drawing List. and subsequent approved revisions. and PSP 600-1 (U. and later . b) Drawing List. Canadair Publication PSP 601-1A. Canadair Publication PSP 601A-1. A Certificate of Airworthiness for Export endorsed as noted under "Import Requirements" must be submitted for each individual aircraft for which application for a Brazilian Certificate of Airworthiness is made. .S.S. DATA PERTINENT TO ALL MODELS: Approved Publications Model CL-600-1A11 a) Airplane Flight Manual. b) Drawing List. PSP 601-1A-1.) for the appropriate configuration. * Rudder deflections of 25º left and 25º right apply when optional CF-34- 3B1 engines are installed. Model CL-600-2B19 a) Airplane Flight Manual. Canadair Publication RAL-600-105. Canadair Publication CSP A-12 for the Appropriate weight configuration and approved revisions. Issue 2 (PSP 600 (U. Model CL-600-2A12 a) Airplane Flight Manual. Canadair Publication CSP A-053. d) Certification Maintenance Task. SERIAL NUMBER 7001 and subsequent. Canadair Publication RAG-600-101. c) Structural Repair Manual (SRM). as contained in Part 2 to the Maintenance Requirements Manual (MRM). Part 2 and subsequent approved revision. Canadair Regional Jet. (See NOTE 1) and approved revisions.) FAA.

1385(c). except the following paragraph which are in the specified amendments: . .RBHA/FAR 25.903(c) and (e).773(b)(2) DV Window.685(a). H. H. 25.10-0083-02.RBHA/FAR 25.1309 of amendment 25-41.RBHA/FAR 25. (FAA Docket No.RBHA/FAR 25. dated 02 July 1991 for CL-600- 1A11. The CTA Reports H. 25.1557(b).841(b).1091(a) and (d). 25. 25.1041. 25.Special Conditions No. . 25. and .787(c). CL-600-2A12. . including the following statement: “The aircraft covered by this certificate has been inspected. 25. in case of used aircraft imported from such country). . which endorses the FAR 25 effective 01 February 1965. 9106 and in condition of safe operation”.10-0085-3. 27. 25.10-0081-02.675(a).1145(c).943.733(c).10-0080-04. dated 31 July 1997 for CL-600-2B19 and H. 25. Additional FAA requirements: Model CL-600-1A11 . 25. 25. 25. (See note 4) CERTIFICATION BASIS CL-600-1A11.901(b) and (c). . Equivalent safety has been established for the following requirements: .RBHA/FAR 25.Ditching provisions of RBHA/FAR 25. 25. dated 19 October 1999 for CL-600-2B16(CL-604) or further revisions. contains the Brazilian requirements for the acceptance of these airplanes. 25.933(a).Ice Protection of RBHA/FAR 25.629(d)(4) (v) of amendment 25-45. 25. .1207. and CL-600-2B16 (3A & #R Variants) RBHA 25 “Transport Category Airplanes”. as amended by 25-1 through 25-37. 1 dated 11 September 1981.1549.1585(a)(9) of amendment 25-40.603 of amendment 25-46.1143(e). 25. and .571 and 25.775(e) 25.RBHA/FAR 25. tested and found to be in conformity with the Brazilian approved type design as defined by the Brazilian Type Certificate No. CL-600- 2B16(CL-601-3R) and CL-600-2B16(CL-601-3A)). 25. 25-94-EA-12 dated 26 March 1980. 25. .BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 16/29 IMPORT ELIGIBILITY A Brazilian Certificate of Airworthiness may be issued on the basis of on a TCCA Export Certificate on Airworthiness (or a third country Export Certificate on Airworthiness.959.201 Stall Determination.1353(c) of amendment 25-42. 25.RBHA/FAR 25. 25.351 and 25.1303(a).801.SFAR 27 dated 01 February 1974.1583(a) of amendment 25-38.1322.1199(b) and (c).RBHA/FAR 25. . as amended through Amendment 36-9 inclusive. dated 02 July 1991 for (CL-600-2A12. .1419.815. .FAR 36 dated 01 December 1969.979(d) and (e).RBHA/FAR 25. as amended through Amendment SFAR 27-2.951(a).955(a)(4) Blocked Flow Meter Fuel Flow Requirements. 25. 25. 25. 16921) and Amendment No.

994. 853. .RBHA/FAR Part 25 at Amendment 25-80 for paragraph 1316.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 17/29 CERTIFICATION BASIS Model CL-600-2A12 (Cont. 812. .109 (see note 7). . . & 1419.801 . and 1438.973. 869. 1421. which endorses the FAR 25 dated 01 February 1965. 783 (except 783(f)). 365. 807. 811.FAR 36 dated 01 December 1969. 803.RBHA/FAR 25 at Amendment 25-44 for paragraph 25. Compliance with the following optional requirements has been established for the CL-600-2B16 (604 Variant): .RBHA/FAR 25 at Amendment 25-37 for paragraph 25. 701. Model CL-600-2B16 (604 Variant) RBHA 25 “Transport Category Airplanes”. including Amendments 25-1 through 25-78 with the following exceptions: .RBHA/FAR 25 at Amendment 25-38 for paragraphs 787 and 1439. . 772. 1359. 789. as amended through Amendments 36-9 inclusive.RBHA/FAR 25 at Amendment 25-40 for paragraph 25. .955 (a)(4) Blocked Flow Meter Fuel Flow Requirements . as amended through Amendment SFAR 27-2.Special Conditions No. Equivalent safety has been established for the following requirements: . 25-ANM-1 dated 08 March 1983. Special Conditions No. 857. 25-ANM-1 dated 08 March 1983.SFAR 27 dated 01 February 1974. . 785 (except 785(g)). . 625. 561.1419 . 149.RBHA/FAR 25 at Amendment 25-54 for paragraph 851.SFAR 27 dated 01 February 1974. 791. 832. which endorses the FAR 34 dated 25 August 1990 as amended through Amendment 34-1. (a) & (b). 1307. 813.) . .Special Conditions No.RBHA/FAR 25 at Amendment 25-37 for paragraphs: 109. 1423 and 1450 are not part of the certification basis. as amended through Amendment SFAR 27-2. 997. 831.Ditching provisions of RBHA/FAR 25. 809. RBHA 34. 801.FAR 36 dated 01 December 1969. 1415.1413. which endorses the FAR 36 dated 01 December 1969. 965. 25-ANM-109 dated 31 October 1995 (HIRF). as amended through Amendments 36-9 inclusive. Model CL-600-2B16 (3A & 3R Variants) . 858.RBHA/FAR 25. .Several RBHA/FAR’s for the use of Reduced Minimum Operating Speed Factors RBHA 36.RBHA/FAR 25 at Amendment 25-37 for existing installations and Amendment 25-78 for new installations for paragraphs: 963. 855. 819.New FAR 25 requirements 562. as amended through Amendments 36-20 inclusive. . 810.Ice Protection of RBHA/FAR 25. .

. (documented in Transport Airplane Directorate ELOS Memo TD3995NY-T-A-1) FAR 36 dated 01 December 1969.1438 not included and. .1415 are satisfied. OTHER OPERATING See appropriate ANAC Approved Airplane Flight Manual. Special Conditions No.RBHA/FAR 25. which endorses the FAR 25 dated 01 February 1965. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT The basic required equipment.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 18/29 CERTIFICATION BASIS Model CL-600-2B19 (Cont.773(b)(2) and 25.811(d)(2) Emergency Exit Marking Sign . .Ditching provisions of RBHA/FAR 25. Compliance with the following optional requirements has been established for the CL-600-2B19: .RBHA/FAR 25. P/N 601R38685-1.RBHA/FAR 25.Several RBHA/FAR’s for the use of 1-g Stall Speed (nonstructural items) .785(h) at Amendment 25-72.) RBHA 25 “Transport Category Airplanes”.813(c)(1) Access to Type III exit-seat cushion intrusion .RBHA/FAR 25. LIMITATIONS .RBHA/FAR 25.832 not included.Ice Protection of RBHA/FAR 25. . as prescribed in the applicable airworthiness regulations (see Certification Basis) must be installed in the airplane.1411 and the ditching equipment requirements of RBHA/FAR 25.109 at Amendment 25-41.RBHA/FAR 25. the main avionics compartment door and the service/emergency door.RBHA/FAR 25.1401 at Amendment 25-40. Equivalent safety has been established for the following requirements: .801 when the safety equipment requirements of RBHA/FAR 25. .621 (c)(2) Over wing Emergency Exit Door Critical Castings.RBHA/FAR 25. as amended through Amendments 36-18 inclusive. 25-ANM-61 dated 22 July 1992. Applicable portions of FAR 34 (previously codified as SFAR 27).783(f) at Amendment 25-23 for the cargo compartment door.1419 . including Amendments 25-1 through 25-62 with the following exceptions: .RBHA/FAR 25.

gal) (total) 21. The total amount of "system oil" is as follows: 27.5 U. The total amount of "system oil" is as follows: 23.44 kg (109 lb). and CL-600-2B16 System fuel.3). Ramp 17 531 (38 650) Takeoff 17 463 (38 500) Landing 14 742 (32 500) Zero Fuel 12 927 (28 500) .92 (14. CL-600-2A12. (+536. and loading instructions when necessary.51 kg (129 lb).67) (d) Model CL-600-1A11 Aircraft which incorporate Canadair Limited Modification Summaries: 1) 600-556 Modified main landing gear wheel.S. 58.S. CL-600-2A12. 44 (97 lb)(+494.8 lb).57 l (16. 2A12 60. The total amount of "system oil" is as follows: 22. This Aircraft Type Certificate Data Sheet defines a configuration which does not include passenger provision for the CL-600-1A11. is the amount of fuel required to fill the system plumbing and tank to the undrainable level plus unusable fuel in the fuel tanks.25 l (17. which must be included in the empty weight.76 kg (56.1 U.60) Model CL-600-2B19 System fuel.0 gal) total.5) Model CL-600-2B19 System oil. which must be included in the empty weight. 1004 through 1037): Maximum Weight kg (lb). 3) 600-1933 Revised airspeed limitation placard. which must be included in the empty weight. Carriage of persons in the cabin is permitted when an approved seating arrangement and related required passenger provisions are incorporated.09 l (6.00) CL-600-2B16 (CL-601A) 66. The total amount of “system fuel” for the following Challenger variants is: Model: Total Unusable (system fuel) CL-600-1A11. gal) (total) 21. (b) Model CL-600-1A11. and CL-600-2B16 models. is the amount of oil necessary for engine lubrication. is the amount of oil necessary for engine lubrication.93 l (19. which must be included in the empty weight. (a) Current weight and balance report including the list of equipment included in the certificated empty weight. (+623) Model CL-600-2A12 and CL-600-2B16 System oil. The total amount of "system fuel" is 177.5 gal) total. gal). 53. May be operated to the following limitations (eligible Serial Numbers 1002. (+785. gal) (total) 25. (+680.38 U.83 U.80) CL-600-2B16 (CL-604 Variant) 71.94 l (7.S. which must be included in the empty weight.32 kg (47 lb). (c) Model CL-600-1A11 System oil. (+524.0 gal) total. is the amount of fuel required to fill the system plumbing and tanks to the undrainable level plus unusable fuel in the fuel tanks.S. is the amount of oil necessary for engine lubrication.07 l (5.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 19/29 NOTES: NOTE 1 Weight and balance. (+500.98 kg (119 lb).32 kg (47 lb). 2) 600-592 Modified main landing gear sidestay. 49. must be provided for each aircraft at the time of original certification.

% MAC (Sta. 33% (+518.745) 27 500 .) CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight.745) 31 000 . 27% (+513. % MAC (Sta. 31% (+516. May be operated to the following limitations (eligible Serial Numbers 1002. (e) Model CL-600-1A11 Aircraft which incorporate Canadair Limited Modification Summaries: 1) 600-594 Landing gear for 40400 lb. 35% (+520. 3) 600-643 Structural reinforcement at wing B.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 20/29 NOTE 1 Maximum Occupants Twenty-two (includes crew) (Cont.965) 25 800 --. 41000 ft. 28% (+513. lb.039) 38 000 . takeoff weight aircraft. O rib.598) 24 000 . En route 40000 ft. 7) 600-760 Drop down passenger door-production improvement (required only on S/N 1024 & subsequent).) 24 000 to 40 550 16 % (+502.598) 24 000 --. 5) 600-817 Stall protection system computer for the 40400 lb. 27% (+513. takeoff weight aircraft. 33% (+518. CG Range (Aircraft with Canadair Modification Summary 600-8265 Incorporated) CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight. lb. lb.848) - 40 550 .) % MAC (Sta. Maximum Operating Altitude Takeoff and landing 10000 ft.) % MAC (Sta.450) .) % MAC (Sta. 1004 and subsequent): Maximum Weight kg (lb).848) --- 38 650 --. 33% (+518. 31% (+516. with Canadair Limited Modification Summaries 600-1923 & 600-8330 incorporated. 33% (+520. 31% (+516. 33% (+518.598) Straight line variation between points given. takeoff weight aircraft.598) Straight line variation between points given.L.745) 28 500 . takeoff weight aircraft. 4) 600-752 Modified anti-skid unit.) 24 000 to 40 550 16 % (+502.) 24 000 to 38 650 16 % (+502.848) - 40 550 .450) 24 000 . % MAC (Sta. Ramp 18 371 (40 550) Takeoff 18 325 (40 400) Landing 16 329 (36 000) Zero fuel 12 927 (28 500) Maximum Occupants Twenty-two (includes crew) CG Range (Aircraft without Canadair Modification Summary 600-8265) CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight.039) 38 000 . 31% (+516. 6) 600-8150 Placard for the 40400 lb. 2) 600-616 Wheels and brakes for the 40400 lb.745) 31 000 .

with Canadair Modification Summaries 600-1923 & 600-8330 incorporated (f) Model CL-600-1A11 Airspeed Limits (CAS) Aircraft which. in addition to the Canadair Modification Summaries essential for operation at a maximum takeoff weight of 40400 lb.Tires and Airspeed Limitation Placards – 41100 Pounds Takeoff Weight. 1009.79 is not permitted unless the following additional Canadair Modification Summaries are incorporated: 1) 600-512 Prevention of spoiler asymmetry 2) 600-809 Dormant failure protection of the flight spoiler detent 3) 600-8212 Hydraulic pipe routing to suit spoiler detent mechanism. Model CL-600-1A11 (g) Aircraft Serial Numbers 1086 and subsequent and aircraft incorporated the following: 1) Either a) Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0378 – Modification .Stall Strip Removal and Altitude Compensation.Stall Protection System . May be operated to the following limitations (eligible Serial Numbers 1002. 1053 to 1056. And 2) Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0379 – Modification .835 Extension of the flight spoilers at airspeeds above Mach = 0. En route 40 000 ft.. 1004 and subsequent). Ramp 18 711 (41 250) Takeoff 18 643 (41 100) Landing 16 329 (36 000) Zero fuel 12 927 (28 500) Maximum Occupants Twenty-two (includes crew).BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 21/29 NOTE 1 Straight line variation between points given. (Cont.) Maximum Operating Altitude Takeoff and landing 10 000 ft. CG Range Aircraft 1004.Wing Stall Strip Removed. 1066 and subsequent and Aircraft incorporating Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0221 . Maximum Weight kg (lb). Or b) Supplementary Type Certificate SA99NE . 41 000 ft. also incorporate the following Canadair Modification Summary: 1) 600-665 Revised Vmo/Mmo outputs of ADC and limitations placard may be operated at the following limitations: VMO and MMO (maximum operating) mph knots Mach. Sea level to 10 000 feet 345 300 - Above 10 000 feet 420 365 0.

31% (+516. 35% (+520.) Weight. % MAC (Sta. 31% (+516.) 24 000 to 41 250 16% (+502. Maximum Weight lb. 1057 to 1066 not incorporating Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0086 Modification . % MAC (Sta. lb. 1010 to 1052.112) 38 000 .450) 24 000 . Takeoff Weight. 31% (+516. lb.80 is not permitted on Aircraft S/N 1005 to 1008. operating) 345 300 - Sea level to 10000 feet 420 365 0.598) Straight line variation between points given.745) 28 500 . CG Range (Other Aircraft) CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight. 31% (+516.598) 24 000 .) % MAC (Sta.Spoilers .745) 31 000 . 33% (+518.N1 Fan Speed Indicator b) 600-0379 Modification – Tires and Airspeed Limitation Placards – 41 100 lb. En route 41 000 ft. 26% (+512.745) 31 000 . Ramp 41 250 Takeoff 41 100 Landing 36 000 Zero Fuel 28 500 Maximum Occupants Twenty-two (includes crew). 1004 and subsequent). c) 600-0401 Modification – Winglets – Addition With Aircraft Serial Numbers 1005 to 1008 and 1010 to 1051 incorporating the following additional Canadair Service Bulletins either 600-0096 Modification – Nose Landing Gear Steering or 600-0380 Modification – Nose Gear – Steer by Wire may be operated to the following limitations (eligible Serial Numbers 1002.848) - 41 250 . 26% (+512.112) 38 000 .835 Above 10000 feet Extension of the flight spoilers at airspeeds above Mach = 0.745) 27 500 .) 24 000 to 41 250 16% (+502. (h) Model CL-600-1A11 Aircraft incorporating the following Canadair Service Bulletins a) 600-0350 Modification – Engine Speed Indicating.848) - 41 250 . 35% (+520. Maximum Operating Altitude Takeoff and landing 10 000 ft. Airspeed Limits (CAS) Vmo and Mmo (maximum mph Knots Mach.450) Straight line variation between points given.) % MAC (Sta. 33% (+518.Ground Spoiler Activation and Flight Spoiler Detent Mechanism.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 22/29 NOTE 1 CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit (Cont. .

Ground Spoiler Activation and Flight Spoiler Detent Mechanism. to 25 740 ft. 26% (+512. Airspeed Limits (CAS) mph Knots Mach. S/N 1005 to 1008.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 23/29 NOTE 1 CG Range Aircraft 1004.450) Straight line variation between points given.Placard-41250 lb. lb. 33% (+518. lb. Maximum Operating Altitude Takeoff and landing 10 000 ft.112) 38 000 .79 25 740 ft. En route 41 000 ft.598) Straight line variation between points given.) % MAC (Sta.598) 24 000 . 33% (+518. 31% (+516. . . 1009.848) - 41 250 . .) % MAC (Sta. to 28 640 ft. Take-off Weight (Aircraft with Winglets).112) 38 000 . 31% (+516.Engine Speed Indicating. .79 is not permitted on Aircraft. 1053 to 1056. 26% (+512. % MAC (Sta. b) 600-0446 Modification .) 24 000 to 41 250 16% (+502.848) - 41 250 . 1010 to 1052. 0. 0.745) 31 000 .745) 27 500 . 420 365 - 21 420 ft.Spoilers . 31% (+516. 35% (+520. 385 335 - above 28640 ft. to 21 420 ft.) Aircraft Incorporating Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0221 CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight.450) 24 000 . % MAC (Sta. (i) Model CL-600-1A11 Aircraft incorporating the following Canadair Service Bulletins a) 600-0350 Modification .835 Vfe (Flaps extended) 20° 265 230 30° 226 196 45° 215 187 Extension of the flight spoilers at airspeeds above Mach = 0.) 24 000 to 41 250 16% (+502. . CG Range (Other Aircraft) CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight. 1057 to 1066 not incorporating Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0086 Modification . Vmo and Mmo (maximum operating) Sea level to 10 000 feet 345 300 - 10 000 ft. 31% (+516.745) 28 500 . 1066 and Subsequent and (Cont. 35% (+520.745) 31 000 .N1 Fan Speed Indicator.

Maximum Operating Altitude Takeoff and landing 10000 ft. Maximum Weight lb Ramp 41 400 Takeoff 41 250 Landing 36 000 Zero Fuel 28 500 Maximum Occupants Twenty-two (includes crew).Nose Gear . % MAC (Sta.848) - 41 400 .745) 31 000 .745) 27 500 . 0.835 Vfe (Flaps extended) 20° 265 230 30° 226 196 45° 215 187 Extension of the flight spoilers at airspeeds above Mach = 0. 1053 to 1056. 31% (+516. 26% (+512. 1009.450) 24 000 .598) 24 000 .) % MAC (Sta.Steer by Wire may be operated to the following limitations (eligible Serial Numbers 1002.598) Straight line variation between points given. 1057 to 1066 not incorporating Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0086 Modification – Spoilers . En route 41000 ft Airspeed Limits (CAS) mph Knots Mach.Winglets – Addition (Cont. 33% (+518.79 25 740 ft.450) Straight line variation between points given.112) 38 000 .) 24 000 to 41 400 16% (+502.745) 31 000 . . 31% (+516. lb. 31% (+516. 31% (+516. to 28 640 ft. . . to 25 740 ft. 1004 and subsequent). % MAC (Sta.) With Aircraft Serial Numbers 1005 to 1008 and 1010 to 1051 incorporating the following additional Canadair Service Bulletins either 600-0096 Modification . 1066 and Subsequent and Aircraft Incorporating Canadair Service Bulletin 600-0221 CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 24/29 NOTE 1 c) 600-0401 Modification .) 24 000 to 41 400 16% (+502. 420 365 - 21 420 ft.112) 38 000 . . 35% (+520. to 21 420 ft. 35% (+520.79 is not permitted on Aircraft S/N 1005 to 1008. CG Range Aircraft 1004. 1010 to 1052. Vmo and Mmo (maximum operating) Sea level to 10 000 feet 345 300 - 10 000 ft.848) - 41 400 . lb. 26% (+512.) % MAC (Sta.745) 28 500 .Nose Landing Gear Steeringor 600-0380 Modification . 0.Ground Spoiler Activation and Flight Spoiler Detent Mechanism. 385 335 - above 28 640 ft. 33% (+518. CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight. .

Model CL-600-2A12 The airplane life limits and repetitive inspections for components and equipment are listed in Canadair Time Limits/Maintenance Checks. 601A51000. 601-40452. 601A51004. 35% (+520. These limitations may not be changed without FAA Engineering approval. 600-51000. 601R47700. 600-40452. 35% (+520. 3001 and subsequent) Maximum Weight lb. Note: Customized markings and placards drawings are not included. This document with Canadair Maintenance Manual.(3A & 3R Variants) 601-40402. 601A51002. These limitations may not be changed without FAA Engineering approval. NDT-612 contain all information essential for proper maintenance. PSP 602 and Job Inspection Card Manual PSP 622.818) 31 000 --. NOTE 3 Continuing Airworthiness. 600-51004 Model CL-600-2A12 All placards must be installed in accordance with Canadair Limited Drawings: 601-40402. NOTE 2 Markings and placards. PSP 601-5. 600-51002. These limitations may not be changed without FAA Engineering approval.) % MAC (Sta. 600-51002.Modification . Ramp 43 250 Takeoff 43 100 Maximum Occupants Twenty-two (includes crew). NDT-612 contain all information essential for proper maintenance. PSP 601A-5 (3A & 3R Variants) and PSP 604-5 (604 Variant).) 25 000 to 43 250 16% (+502. 600-51000. 601-51004. 601-40452.Tires and Airspeed Limitation Placards 43100 lb. Takeoff Weight may be operated to the following limitations (eligible Serial Numbers 1003.) Aircraft Serial Numbers 3018 and subsequent and aircraft incorporating the following Canadair service Bulletin 601-0032 . Model CL-600-2B16 All placards must be installed in accordance with Canadair Limited Drawings: 601-40402. 601R47602. CG Range Forward Limit Aft Limit Weight. Model CL-600-1A11 The airplane life limits and repetitive inspections for components and equipment are listed in Canadair Time Limits/Maintenance Checks.450) 25 000 --. % MAC (Sta.450) Straight line variation between points given. 601-40452 & 604-51000 (604 Variant) Model CL-600-2B19 All placards must be installed in accordance with Canadair Limited Drawings: 601R47600.848) --- 43 250 30% (+515. lb. . Model CL-600-1A11 All placards must be installed in accordance with Canadair Limited Drawings: 600-40402. This document with Canadair Maintenance Manual. Model CL-600-2B16 The airplane life limits and repetitive inspections for components and equipment are listed in Canadair Time Limits/Maintenance Checks. PSP 605. PSP 601-2 and Job Inspection Card Manual PSP 601-22.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 25/29 NOTE 1 (j) Model CL-600-2A12 (Cont.

were validated by ANAC without corresponding Brazilian CHST document issuance and may be incorporated on Brazilian registered aircraft. NOTE 7 Model Cl-600-2B16 (CL-604 Variant) The following additional requirements must be included with RBHA/FAR 25. provided the modification does not affect compliance with the Brazilian acceptance requirements (see paragraph Import Eligibility): . PSP604-22 (CL604). NOTE 6 Model CL-600-2B19 For all weather flight capability the Regional Jet aircraft is certified to operate in CAT II conditions. must be provided for supplementary operating procedures and performance information for operating on wet and contaminated runways. limitations and Airworthiness Directives applicable to CL-600-2B16 are also applicable to the CL-605. Summary TC60255 (Blocking of Emergency Exits) are limited to carrying a maximum of twenty-two (22) occupants including the crew and no more than 19 passengers in accordance with FAR 25 requirements. NOTE 4 Model CL-600-2B19 Major modifications which define the aircraft as the “Green Configuration” are recorded in document RAZ-601R-110 (Definition of RJ type design for Transport Canada approval). as Appendix 2 to that document. are listed in Canadair Program Document CSP A-053. 2. Part 2. in the form of guidance material.) PSP 604-2 (604 Variant). The accelerate-stop distance and landing distance must be determined using the braking performance which is obtained with the brake conditions that are expected in service. Carriage of persons in the cabin is permitted when an approved seating arrangement and related required passenger provisions are incorporated in accordance with the Type Approval Basis. NOTE 9 The CL-605 is a marketing designation of the Challenger CL-600-2B16 (604 Variant) starting at aircraft s/n 5701.109 at Amendment 25-37: 1. NDT604-12 contain all information essential for proper maintenance. Model CL-600-2B19 The airplane life limits and repetitive inspections for components and equipment and information essential for proper maintenance. and/or Job Inspection Card Manuals PSP601A-22 (3A) and/or PSP 601R-22 (3R). NOTE 5 Model CL-600-2B19 The green aircraft type design does not include passenger provisions. All characteristics. except when the aircraft is installed with the HGS system (TC 601R60262). in which case the aircraft is certified to operate in CAT IIIa conditions. NOTE 8 The RJ200 is a marketing designation for the Regional Jet Series 100 aircraft with the General Electric CF-34-3B1 engines installed and is identified as the Regional Jet Series 100 or RJ100 in this TCDS. NOTE 10 The following FAA or TCCA Supplemental Type Certificates (STC´s) owned by Bombardier Aeroespace/Learjet Inc. PSP 601-2 (3A & 3R Variants) and (Cont. These limitations may not be changed without FAA Engineering approval. applicable to the CL-600-2B16 models. Airplane Flight Manual information. All Airworthiness Directives issued against any 100 series aircraft are similarly applicable to the 200 series. Aircraft delivered in the “Green Configuration” and incorporating Mod.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 26/29 NOTE 3 This document and Canadair Maintenance Manual.

SA8076NM-D MAGNASTAR C2000 OR C750 01 May 1997 15 Jun 1998 CA-3001d-TUC. B. Rev. Rev. Rev. B. O. TOWBAR 01 May 1997 CA-3042d-TUC. Rev. SA8077NM-D INTERIOR INSTALLATION . SA8092NM-D N/A LIGHTING MODIFICATION 01 May 1997 INSTALLATION OF AN INTERIOR CA-3075-TUC. Rev. SA8086NM-D EXTERIOR MODIFICATIONS N/A 01 May 1997 CABIN 50/60HZ POWER CA-3028d-TUC. Description MDL No. SA8104NM-D N/A APU BAY 29 Oct 1997 QUICK RELEASE BULKHEADS FS CA-3057-TUC. D. SA8084NM-D N/A SYSTEM & LAVATORY 01 May 1997 CA-3010b-TUC. CA-3034e-TUC. SA8107NM-D N/A 542 & FS 587 13 Apr 1998 CA-1072-TUC. C1056. SA8116NM-D N/A WITH JUMPSEAT 10 Jun 1998 INSTALLATION OF AFT LAVATORY CA-3068a-TUC. B. Rev. C1072. Rev. A.ENTRY & CA-3002d-TUC. SA8089NM-D CALL SYSTEM 01 May 1997 03 May 1997 INSTALLATION OF AN AFT BAY CA-3034d-TUC. Rev. SWITCHES 30 Oct 1998 INSTALLATION OF CABIN PAGE AND CA-3032d-TUC. B. C1073. C1081. O.COCKPIT 01 May 1997 04 May 1997 INTERIOR INSTALLATION . B. SA8103NM-D N/A SHELL 28 Oct 1997 STRUT & STAIR INSTALLATION. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. (-). Rev. B. C1075. Rev. Rev.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 27/29 STC No. Rev. B. B. Rev. Rev. O. Rev. Rev. SA8080NM-D N/A LAVATORY 01 May 1997 INTERIOR INSTALLATION . B. A. G.AFT CA-3004d-TUC. B. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. SA8109NM-D EGPWS 07 May 1998 03 Dec 1998 INSTL OF AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY CA-3077-TUC. SA8091NM-D ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM N/A 01 May 1997 INSTALLATION OF AIRSTAIR CA-3046d-TUC. O. A. SA8125NM-D N/A INTERIOR 16 Jul 1998 LH FWD WARDROBE CABINET CA-3066e-TUC. A. (-). SA8088NM-D SWITCHES 03 Feb 1999 03 May 1997 CABIN & GALLEY MASTER C1090. SA8143NM-D N/A CABINETS 14 Jan 1999 . B. SA8082NM-D OXYGEN SYSTEM 01 May 1997 03 May 1997 INTERIOR INSTALLATION . E. SA8090NM-D N/A STORAGE. SA8083NM-D N/A SOUNDPROOFING 01 May 1997 INSTL OF 10 GALLONS WATER CA-3009b-TUC. C1058. Rev. SA8142NM-D N/A CABINET 14 Jan 1999 INSTALLATION OF DIVAN END CA-3060e-TUC. C. Rev. Rev. Rev. C. CA-3007d-TUC. SA8085NM-D AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM N/A 01 May 1997 CA-3013d-TUC. G. SA8081NM-D BAGGAGE 09 Jun 1999 04 May 1997 CA-3006b-TUC. SA8087NM-D N/A CONVERTER 01 May 1997 INSTL CABIN/GALLEY UTILITY BUS N/A DISCONNECT GALLEY UTILITY BUS DISCONNECT CA-3031d-TUC. SA8078NM-D N/A GALLEY AREA 01 May 1997 INTERIOR INSTALLATION . C1082. C. C1071. B. C. AFMS No. Rev. Rev. Rev. CA-1067b-TUC. O. F. Rev.AFT CA-3005d-TUC. SA8115NM-D LIGHTS SYSTEM 22 Jun 1998 24 Aug 1998 INSTL OF A COMPLETE AIRCRAFT CA-3003e-TUC. K. B. Rev.

HX. OR *** Bag . THE S/N 5714. 5769. Rev. CABIN CALL SYSTEM DC54845000. Rev. A. Rev. N/C. Rev. CA-3059b-TUC. SA8144NM-D BULKHEAD INSTALLATION FS 353 N/A 14 Jan 1999 INSTALLATION OF STORAGE CA-3079-TUC. Rev. Rev. Rev. C. dated F036091. SA8153NM-D ELECTRONIC STANDBY 16 Mar 1999 20 Mar 1999 INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (*) CA-1049e-TUC. Rev. 2011. FAX ANNUNCIATOR 05 Sep 2000 C1082. CONTROL 25 Aug 2000 C1073. ST00099WI N/A CABINET 29 Sep 1993 BF GOODRICH GH-3000 CA-1048A-TUC. Rev. A. A. SA8169NM-D N/A SETCOM SYSTEM 10 Apr 2001 (**) INSTALLATION OF APU HOUR METER DC49735000. Rev. PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM 25 Aug 2000 C1072. N/C. C. Rev. (-). Rev. SA8191NM-D AUTOPOWER SYSTEM 03 Mar 2003 08 Aug 2001 ST00508DE. 2012. 2009 ADVISORY SYSTEM (RAAS) Installation of CMC Electronics H220000. (-). dated H220090. Rev. SA8146NM-D N/A TABLES 14 Jan 1999 INSTALLATION OF ARMLEDGE / CA-3065e-TUC. O. REV. Rev. DETECTOR 15 Nov 2000 C1079. A. Rev. B. Rev. 15 RUNWAY AWARENESS AND 15 Oct. H. Description MDL No. Rev.BOMBARDIER 12 August 2013 EA-9106-09 Sheet 28/29 STC No. 2008 CUSTOM AIRCRAFT INTERIOR Dated 20 Mar. N/A (LIMITED TO CHEMICAL TOILET dated 09 July 2010 THE S/N 5823) SA06-88 INSTALLATION OF HONEYWELL F036000. C1122. 2013. Rev. F. SA8147NM-D N/A DADO 14 Jan 1999 INSTALLATION RH FWD GALLEY CA-3067f-TUC. ST01236LA-D N/A IN THE APU FAULT PANEL 24 Set 2002 SAFE FLIGHT ENHANCED DC22305001. B. AFMS No. A. (-). SA11-88 Pilot View Class II Electronic Flight 12 Sep. 5823 AND 5915 ) C-LSA10- 148/D INSTALLATION OF SELF-CONTAINED G777000. A. Rev. 05 Feb. Rev. C. SA8145NM-D N/A CABINET LH AFT 14 Jan 1999 INSTALLATION OF PULL OUT CA-3080-TUC. B. C1088. EMERGENCY LIGHTING 25 Aug 2000 C1117. 05 Set 2000 SA8168NM-D BAGGAGE/LAVATORY SMOKE 05 Oct 2001 C1075. D. Rev. SA8074NM-D INSTL OF A SATCOM SYSTEM (*) N/A 26 Mar 1999 COMPLETE CUSTOM AIRCRAFT N/A INTERIORS C1056. SA8154NM-D N/A WITH JUMPSEAT 26 Mar 1999 INSTALLATION OF ENTERTAINMENT CA-1035-TUC. Rev. INSTALLATION OF COMPLETE E934000. D. B. B. A. N/A D INTERFACE SYSTEM NC. Rev. 25 OCT. 22 Jan 2002 SA06-90 (LIMITED TO EFM-2500-4000. COLLINS PCD-3000 DATA LOADER BAS63010085. REV. REMOTE CABIN TEMP. Rev. 2010 OCT. Rev. Rev. B. Rev. C. CABIN BUS DISCONECT SWITCH 25 Aug 2000 COLLINS 5000 AERO I/6000 AERO H BAS63010068.