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Prior to landing, a wind report will be based on what information?

A tower/AWOS report at 1000ft AGL


When shall the "Descent below the Line" checklist be accomplished?

At the transition altitude but no lower than 10,000ft above field elevation.


"Cruise Checklist" - RVSM items

1. Autopilot - ALT HOLD
2. Altimeters - w/n 200', checked hourly
3. Class II, record ALT reading hourly
4. Transponder - selected same side as FD/AP


If a checklist is interrupted it can be:

1. Held using a verbal command
2. Restarted from the beginning


Noise Reduction Departure Procedure

1. APU Off
2. Static Takeoff
3. Positive Rate - Gear Up
4. Climb at V2+20 to 1500ft AGL
5. At 400ft AGL, flaps up, and power back to 75% N1 at PF command
6. Smooth level off at cleared altitude


When shall the "After Takeoff" checklist be accomplished?

At 10000ft MSL.


Two FMS operations mode will be conducted in what mode?

Dual mode. Initiated transfer or independent mode may be used if approved by CPO or designee.


FMS selections below 10,000 MSL shall be made by

The Pilot Monitoring (PM).


What is the official source for checking aircraft total times and cycles compared to status sheet?

FOS Mobile.


With autopilot off, who does the following:
- Sets new altitude
- Makes mode changes

The Pilot Monitoring (PM).


At what altitude must an approach be stabilized?

1. 1000ft AGL (IMC)
2. 500ft AGL (VMC)

Otherwise, a go-around will be performed


What is Stabilized Approach Criteria?

1. Correct vertical/lateral flight path
2. Aircraft Speed (REF to REF+10)
3. Proper Configuration
4. Sink Rate not more than 1000fpm (unless briefed)
5. Power Setting Appropriate
6. All briefings and checklists complete (1000AGL)
7. ILS within 1 dot of LOC/GS


How are pursers defined?

As passengers and must be briefed as passengers. Pursers may not conduct passenger briefings and/or open doors in a non-emergency situation.


Who should normally start the engines?

Left seat pilot


If a clearance changes while the other pilot is away from the cockpit or not monitoring the radio the receiving pilot will

Brief the other pilot of the new route, altitude, etc. New altitudes will be confirmed with ATC.


FMS selections shall be made by who when the PF is handflying?

The Pilot Monitoring (PM).


LNAV/VNAV approach requirements

1. Approach in database
2. LOC NOT pretuned/previewed
3. Never select vectors
4. Never go direct to altitude


Takeoff - Power Failure Important Callouts

"Gear Up, FLC, Bug V2"
"Autopilot On" at 1000' AGL
At OBST clear altitude accelerate to 190
"V2+15" bring flaps up and climb at 190


When shall the "Before Landing" checklist be accomplished?

Prior to reaching the FAF or on final in the visual pattern, 1000ft minimum


When must crew members monitor guard (121.5)?

Crews will monitor at all times if possible.


What is XOJET's definition of the Touchdown Zone (TDZ)?

Aiming point markings +500ft/-250ft, with no aiming point markings 750ft to 1500ft from approach threshold of runway


What are the Crosswind Component Limits for the Citation X?

Reduced from 21kts based upon runway width and conditions.
Dry / <100ft Wide = 18kts
Good/Medium = 18kts / 15kts
Medium = 15kts / 10kts
Medium/Poor = 10kts / 5kts (CPO RELEASE)


Which altitude will the altitude selector be set to on departure?

The first altitude restriction.


When shall the "Shut Down to the Line" checklist be accomplished?

When the aircraft is stopped and parking brake is set.


What circling category is the Citation X?

Cat C. Higher if flown faster.


What items are we checking on the Final Check?

1. Pitot Covers
2. Chocks
3. Fuel Door
4. Other Doors
5. Initial Taxi Obstacles
6. Nose Doors Latches
7. Nose Gear Torque Link
8. AOA Covers


Cell phones/iPad data may be used

1. On the ground during non-movement
2. In flight above 10,000ft


Who will read checklist challenges?

The PM.


On takeoff when must the yoke transfer occur by?

80 kts


How often shall the EICAS be checked once established in cruise?