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TM 1-1510-224-10 Max.   Takeoff Weight - 16,500 Ibs. Max Landing Weight - 15,675 lbs Max.   Zero Fuel Weight - 13,100 lbs 5-19.   CABIN AIRSTAIR DOOR WEIGHT LIMITATION. The   maximum   weight   that   may   be   placed   on   the steps of the cabin airstair door is 300 pounds. 5-20. TOILET WEIGHT LIMITATION. The maximum weight of a person occupying the toilet during takeoff or landing shall not exceed 238 pounds. Section V.  AIRSPEED LIMITS, MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM 5-21. AIRSPEED LIMITATIONS. All    placarded    airspeeds,    and    airspeed    indicator readings  contained  in  procedures,  text,  and  illustrations throughout this Operator's Manual are given as indicated airspeed (IAS) unless otherwise noted. 5-22. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE AIRSPEED. Refer to Flight Envelope Chart (fig.  5-2) to determine limiting    airspeeds    at    maximum    gross    weight    under various conditions.  The maximum allowable airspeed is 248 KIAS below 11,500 feet, and Mmo, of 0.472 Mach as indicated   by   the   maximum   allowable   airspeed   pointer (red striped) between 11,500 feet to 35,000 feet. 5-23. LANDING GEAR EXTENSION/EXTENDED SPEED. The  airspeed  limit  for  extending  the  landing  gear  and for flight with the landing gear extended is 179 KIAS. 5-24. LANDING GEAR RETRACTION SPEED. The  airspeed  limit  for  retracting  the  landing  gear  is 160 KIAS. 5-25. WING FLAP EXTENSION SPEEDS. The  airspeed  limit  for   APPROACH  extension  (40%) of  the  wing  flaps  is  197  KIAS.    The  airspeed  limit  for  full DOWN  extension  (100%)  of  the  wing  flaps  is  151  KIAS. If wing flaps are extended above these speeds, the flaps or their operating mechanisms may be damaged. 5-26. MINIMUM SINGLE ENGINE CONTROL AIRSPEED (VMCA). The  minimum  single  engine  control  airspeed  (VMCA) at sea level standard conditions is 103 KIAS  P  or  108.5 KIAS Q 5-27. MAXIMUM DESIGN MANEUVERING SPEED. The maximum design maneuvering speed is 167 KS. Section VI.  MANEUVERING LIMITS 5-28. MANEUVERS. a. The following maneuvers are prohibited. (1) Spins. (2) Aerobatics of any kind. (3) Abrupt maneuvers above 167 KIAS. (4) Any  maneuver  which  results  in  a  positive load  factor  of  3.02G's  or  a  negative  load  factor  of  1.21 g's  with  wing  flaps  in  up  or  approach;  or  a  positive  load factor of 2.0 g's, or 0 g's with flaps down. b. Recommended turbulent air penetration airspeed is 150 KIAS. 5-29. BANK AND PITCH LIMITS. a. Bank limits are 60 left or right b. Pitch limits are 30 above or below the horizon. 5-10

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