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  • DASSAULT FALCON 7X  

    SYSTEMS SUMMARY 

     

    The material contained on this site is to be used for training purposes only. 

    Do not use it for flight! 

    Please note that this document is not affiliated in any way with any aircraft manufacturer. 

    Limitations 

  • KINDS OF OPERATION

    This airplane is certificated in the transport category and is eligible for the following kinds of operations when the appropriate instruments and equipment required by the airworthiness and/or operating regulations are installed and approved and is in operable condition: - Day and night VFR, if permitted by flight regulations of the country over-which the airplane is

    flying, - IFR flight, - Automatic approaches to Categories I weather minimums, - Extended over-water and uninhabited terrain, - Icing conditions, - The over-flight of Polar Regions is limited to north and south latitudes less than 85°. - Flight in the former USSR airspace:

    - The airplane is not allowed to fly on routes equipped only with ATC secondary radars operating in UVD mode.

    - If GPS system is inoperative, the airplane can fly only on routes equipped with VOR/DME. In that case the VOR/DME ruptures are limited to 1 hour and 20 minutes on routes which are ± 5 km (2.70 NM) width, and 2 hours and 40 minutes on routes which are ± 10 km (5.40 NM) width.

    - Airplanes flying in polar regions outside areas covered by VHF communications are allowed to do so only in the case of favorable forecast for HF radio waves propagation.

    - It is recommended not to use TA/RA mode of TCAS II in flight in the former USSR airspace. The actions of pilot shall be coordinated with ATC when mode TA is selected.

    RVSM

    As stated in the Type Certificate Data Sheet, the type definition of the FALCON 7X meets the applicable requirements for RVSM operations (JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet No 6 rev 1: "Guidance material on the approval of aircraft and operators for flight in airspace above flight level 290 where a 300m (1,000 ft) vertical separation minimum is applied"). Airworthiness approval alone does not authorize flight into airspace for which an RVSM operational approval is required by an ICAO regional navigation agreement.

    NOTE

    Secondary Flight Display is not part of equipment for RVSM operation.

  • FMS GENERAL

    FMS software must be identified FMS 7.0 on the AVIONICS Setup windows, Software section. TOLD software is not implemented. The FMS when not operating in degraded or dead reckoning mode, has been demonstrated to comply with the applicable requirements for: - Multi-sensors RNAV systems (FAA AC 20-130A) providing position calculation, lateral navigation

    and vertical navigation (FAA AC 20-129) for after take-off, en route, terminal area operations and for instrument approaches procedures (excluding final approach segment of localizer-based approaches) and missed approaches procedures.

    - RNP RNAV operations, down to RNP 0.3 RNAV (RTCA/DO-236A and DO-283).

    IFR OCEANIC / RNP 10 / NAT-MNPS

    Dual FMS or triple configuration with GPS module, as installed, has been found to comply with the requirements for GPS primary means of navigation in oceanic and remote airspace as defined by FAA Order 8110.60 when used in conjunction with the P/N 169−613970−105 or later approved prediction program. 2 FMS receiving data from at least: - 2 GPS, - or 2 IRS, - or 1 GPS and 1 IRS, are available and operating prior to entering the oceanic-remote RNP10 airspace and: the P/N 169-613970-501 or later approved prediction program was used for flight planning. In case some RAIM holes exists on the flight plan, the duration of the flight in IRS blending navigation mode shall not be greater than 6.2 hours. If no use of GPS is planned, the maximum duration of the flight after radio updating is 5.7 hours.

    NOTE

    DME / DME and VOR / DME FMS navigation modes are B-RNAV / RNP 5 approved and therefore are RNP 10 compliant under radio navaids coverage.

    This does not constitute an operational approval.

    B-RNAV / RNP 5

    Basic RNAV (B-RNAV) airworthiness requirements (JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet no 2 rev 1: AMJ 20X2 - "JAA guidance material on airworthiness approval and operational criteria for the use of navigation systems in European airspace designated for Basic RNAV operations") are met provided airplane is equipped with: - FMS software 7.0 or later,

  • and no DGR warning is present on HSI, and either of the following navigation mode: - GPS, - DME / DME, - VOR / DME, - IRS (2 hour time limit after last IRS alignment).

    NOTE

    When GPS remains the unique means of B-RNAV navigation source (GPS stand-alone), use of GPS Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) Prediction program is mandatory before B-RNAV operation.

    This does not constitute an operational approval.

    P-RNAV (JAA TGL-10)

    Basic P-RNAV airworthiness requirements (JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet No 10 : "Airworthiness and operational approval for Precision RNAV operations in designated European airspace") are met provided airplane is equipped with: - FMS software 7.0 or later, and no DGR warning is present on HSI, and either of the following navigation mode: - GPS, - DME / DME, - VOR / DME, - IRS (30 minute time limit after last IRS alignment).

    AC 90−100

    US TERMINAL AND EN ROUTE AREA NAVIGATION (RNAV) OPERATIONS AC 90−100 airworthiness requirements are met provided airplane is equipped with: - FMS software 7.0 or later,

    and the RNP value is set to the correct value in sensors page, performance tab, and no UNABLE RNP or UNABLE RNP NXT WPT, DEGRAD, DR, NO POSITION SENSOR is displayed, and the NOTAM NAVAIDS have been inserted in the FMS.

    RNAV airworthiness approval has not accounted for database accuracy or compatibility.

    POLAR OPERATIONS

    Polar operations are limited to 85°NORTH or 85°SOUTH. Provided the crew selects TRUE reference in HSI when passing 73°North northbound or 60°South southbound.

  • SSR MODE S ENHANCED SURVEILLANCE

    The installed Mode S system satisfies the data requirements of ICAO Doc 7030/4, Regional Supplementary Procedures for SSR Mode S Enhanced Surveillance in designated European airspace. The capability to transmit data parameters is shown in column 2.

    Magnetic Heading Available Indicated Airspeed Available Mach No Available Vertical Rate Available Roll Angle Available Track Angle Rate Available True Track Angle Available Groundspeed Available Selected Altitude Available Barometric Pressure Setting Available

    Extended squitter is disabled.

    MINIMUM FLIGHT CREW

    Two pilots (one pilot and one copilot).

    MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PASSENGERS

    19

  • WEIGHTS

    STRUCTURAL LIMITATIONS - Maximum ramp weight ................................................................................. 69,200 lb (31,389 kg) - Maximum take-off weight ............................................................................. 69,000 lb (31,298 kg) - Maximum landing weight .............................................................................. 62,400 lb (28,305 kg) - Maximum zero fuel weight ............................................................................ 41,000 lb (18,597 kg) - Minimum flight weight ................................................................................... 32,400 lb (14,696 kg)

    LIMITATIONS DUE TO PERFORMANCE The maximum take-off weight and the maximum landing weight given as structural limitations may have to be reduced to comply with performance and operating requirements (refer to Maxi. Allowable Weights, 5-150-10).

    NOTE

    In case of landing at weight beyond Maximum Landing Weight, read and record vertical speed at touch down.

  • CENTER OF GRAVITY LIMITS

  • The red line shows the in-flight limits. The green line shows the on-ground limits.

    DATUM Datum is 25% of mean aerodynamic chord (MAC) which coincides with fuselage station (12,183 mm). Origin of Fuselage Station is the forward end of the airplane nose cone

    MEAN AERODYNAMIC CHORD Length: 3,347.54 mm. Zero % MAC is at Fuselage Station + 11,346.1 mm.

    LOADING

    The airplane must be loaded in compliance with the center of gravity limits (see CENTER OF GRAVITY LIMITS 1-100-10) . Information for determination of airplane’s weight and balance are included in Loading Manual DGT 108840 The weights indicated below must not be exceeded when loading the airplane: - Baggage compartment: 300kg/m2. - Galley floor: 400kg/m2. - Cabin and servicing compartment: 200kg/m2. - Payload: 2,717kg (5,990lb).

  • MAXIMUM OPERATING LIMIT SPEED: VMO / MMO

    VMO / MMO ENVELOPE Unless otherwise specified, limits are expressed in terms of indicated values. Instrument error is assumed to be zero.

    CAUTION

    The maximum operating limit speed VMO / MMO must not be deliberately exceeded in any regime of flight (climb, cruise, descent) unless a higher speed is authorized for flight test or pilot training.

  • MANEUVERING SPEED

    VA (alternate or direct laws) ............................................................................................ 218 KIAS. When operating in normal laws, full control input on one axis at a time is authorized whatever the speed.

    CAUTION

    Full rapid simultaneous control inputs on two or thre