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AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL FAA APPROVED BASIC ISSUE 14 Aug 2003 LIMITATIONS Page 1 - 1 SECTION 1: LIMITATIONS 1-00-00: GENERAL 1-00-10: Conditions of Operation THE CERTIFICATE AND THE OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS ARE PART OF THE CONDITIONS OF THE TYPE AND AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATE, AND MUST BE COMPLIED WITH AT ALL TIMES, IRRESPECTIVE OF THE TYPE OF OPERATION BEING CONDUCTED. THE PERFORMANCE LIMITATIONS AND THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THE AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL SHOW COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS PART 25. THIS AIRPLANE IS TO BE OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LOADING SCHEDULE PROVIDED IN THE SEPARATE AIRPLANE WEIGHT AND BALANCE MANUAL. 1-01-00: AIRCREW AND OCCUPANTS 1-01-10: Minimum Flight Crew Minimum flight crew required is pilot and copilot. 1-01-20: Maximum Number of Occupants Total number of occupants shall not exceed 22. The number of passengers shall not exceed 19 as determined by emergency exit requirements, nor shall exceed the number for which seating accommodations approved for takeoff and landing are provided. An additional trained crewmember must be carried on all flights of 10 to 19 passengers. The required pilot and copilot cannot serve in this function. The additional crewmember must be trained in the optimum method for evacuating through the Gulfstream elliptical exits and procedures for directing passenger flow to prevent someone who does not fit through an elliptical exit from blocking it so that others cannot use it. Each operator must establish and maintain a training program for this additional crewmember in accordance with FAA-approved Gulfstream Document GVSP-GER-6111. Each operator must maintain a record of that training for inspection by the FAA.
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AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL BASIC ISSUE FAA APPROVED Page 1 - 2 LIMITATIONS 14 Aug 2003 A preflight briefing on the configuration specific egress procedures and exits of the airplane must be provided to all passengers before each flight. This briefing must include a detailed explanation of the optimum method for evacuating through the overwing Gulfstream elliptical exits, which is dependant upon the interior configuration inboard of the exit. 1-02-00: DEPARTURE / ARRIVAL AIRPORT 1-02-10: Runway, Slope, and Wind Conditions RUNWAY CONDITIONS: A runway is considered wet when it is well soaked (there is sufficient moisture on the runway surface to cause it to appear reflective) but without significant areas of standing water. The runway is considered contaminated when more than 25% of the runway surface area (whether in isolated areas or not), within the required length and width being used, is covered by surface water more than 0.125 inch (3mm) deep, or by slush or loose snow equivalent to more than 0.125 inch (3mm) of water. Continuous (airstart) ignition must be selected “ON” for takeoff and landing on runways with standing water, slush or snow.
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