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COMANDO DA AERONUTICA

DEPARTAMENTO DE PESQUISAS E DESENVOLVIMENTO


CENTRO TCNICO AEROESPACIAL

TYPE CERTIFICATE DATA SHEET N EA-8502


Type Certificate Holder:
CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO.
P.O. Box 7704
Wichita, Kansas 67277
USA

EA-8502-02
Sheet 01
CESSNA
CE-650
CITATION III
CITATION VI
CITATION VII
November 2005

This data sheet, which is part of Type Certificate No. 8502, 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 - Model CE-650 CITATION III, approved 29 March 1985.


Model CE-650 CITATION VI (Transport Categories), approved 11 September 1991.
ENGINES

( See Note 9 )

CITATION III
2 GARRETT TFE 731-3B-100S
2 GARRETT TFE 731-3C-100S

CITATION VI
2 GARRETT TFE 731-3C-100S

FUEL

JET A, JET A-1, JET B, JP-4, JP-5 e JP-8, fuel, conforming to


AiResearch Manufacturing Co. fuel specifications, EMS 53111, EMS
53112 or EMS 53116. See Airplane Flight Manual for anti-icing and
fueling procedures.

OIL

According to Specification Garrett EMS 53110, Tipo II

ENGINE LIMITS

Static thrust, standard day, sea level daN (lb):


TFE731-3B-100S
TFE731-3C-100S
(Standard)
(Standard)
Takeoff (5min.)
1 656 kgf (3 650 lbf) 1 656 kgf (3 650 lbf)
Max. continuous
1 656 kgf (3 650 lbf) 1 656 kgf (3 650 lbf)
Max. permissible engine rotor operating speeds - % (rpm):
N1 (Fan) steady state
101.5%
101.5%
N2 (Gas Gen.) steady state
100%
100%
N1 (Fan)
101.5% to 103%
101.5% to 103%
limited to 1 min.
limited to 1 min.
N2 (Gas gen.)
100% to 103%
100% to 103%
limited to 1 min.
limited to 1 min.
Max. permissible interturbine gas temperatures - C:
TFE731-3B-100S
TFE731-3C-100S
Takeoff (5 min.)
890C
910C
Max. continuous
890C
910C
Starting
890C
910C

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AIRSPEED LIMITS

Airplane Serial Numbers (S/N)


650-0001 through 650-0093

Maximum operating (VMO):

305 KIAS below 8 000 ft


346 KIAS at 8 000 ft. with linear
decrease to 293 KIAS ( 0.851) at
34275 ft.

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Airplane Serial Numbers (S/N)


650-0094 through 650-0241 and
earlier serial numbers incorporating
SB650-32-13
305 KIAS below 8 000 ft
336 KIAS at 8 000 ft. with linear
decrease to 278 KIAS ( 0.851 M)
at 36524 ft.*

Maximum operating (MMO): 0.851 M above 10 447.0 m (34 275


0.851 M above 11 132.5 m ( 36 524
ft)
ft)
Maneuvering (VA) - sea level:
- 4 536.0 kgf (10 000 lbf)
+155 KIAS
- 5 443.6 kgf (12 000 lbf)
+164 KIAS
- 7 227.0 kgf (15 000 lbf)
+184 KIAS
- 9 979.3 kgf (22 000 lbf)
+224 KIAS
- See AFM for variations with weight and altitude and optional
configurations.
Speed for maximum gust intensity (VB)
220 KIAS
Flaps extended (VFE):
- Partial Flaps 7 or 20
210 KIAS
170 KIAS
- Landing Position Full Flaps
Minimum control speed - Air (VMCA)
98 KIAS
Minimum control speed - Ground (VMCG)
99 KIAS
( 8618.5 kgf (19 000 lbf) and below, see
AFM for variation with weight)
L. G. operating (VLO)
210 KIAS
L. G. extended (VLE)
210 KIAS
Landing Light extended
250 KIAS
Maximum tire ground speed
165 knots
Speed Brakes Extension Maximum No Limit
Panels 2, 3, 6 & 7
Minimum VREF + 15 KIAS
Extension of the speed brakes with the flaps in any position other than
the UP position is prohibited below 500 feet AGL. Above 500 feet AGL
the speed brake may be extended with the flaps in any position.
Spoiler Extension Speed (In flight restricted to emergency descent)
Panels 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7 & 8 Maximum VMO/MMO
Minimum 150 KIAS
Spoiler extension in flight is restricted to emergency descent use.
Extension of the spoilers is prohibited in flight with the flaps in any
position other than the up position.
There is no restriction on roll control spoilers (Painels 1 & 8)

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Takeoff weights up to 9 525.7 kg ( 21 000 lb) (Landing Gear Extended)


Airplanes S/N 650-0001 through 650-0093 ( airplanes not incorporating
SB 650-32-13 or SB 650-32-14)
- (1) Aft Limit: 838.5 cm (330.10 in) aft of the datum (31.00 percent
MAC) at 9525.7 kg (21 000 lb) or less.
- (2) Forward Limit: Linear variation from 823.7 cm (324.29 in) aft of
datum (23.89 % MAC) at 9 525.7 kgf (21 000 lbf) to 803.14 cm
(316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 8 164.7 kgf (18 000 lbf);
803.1 cm (316.2 in) aft of datum (14.00 percent MAC) at 8 164.9 kgf
(18 000 lbf) to 6 577.3 kgf (14 500 lbf); linear variation from 316.20 in
(803.1 cm) aft of datum (14.00 percent MAC) at 14 500 lbf (6 577.3
kgf ) to 815.6 cm (321.10 in) aft of datum (20.00 percent MAC) at 5
443.3 kgf (12 000 lbf).
Takeoff weights up to 9 525.7 kg ( 21 000 lb) (Landing Gear Extended)
Airplanes S/N 650-0001 through 650-0093 ( airplanes incorporating SB
650-32-14 but not SB 650-32-13)
- (1) Aft Limit: 838.5 cm (330.10 in) aft of the datum (31.00 percent
MAC) at 9 525.7 kg (21 000 lb) or less.
- (2) Forward Limit: Linear variation from 817.7 cm (321.66 in) aft of
datum (20.67 % MAC) at 9 525.7 kgf (21.000 lbf) to 803.14 cm
(316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 8618.26 kgf (19.000 lbf);
803.1 cm (316.2 in) aft of datum (14.00 percent MAC) at 8 618.26 kgf
(19 000 lbf) to 6 577.3 kgf (14.500 lbf); linear variation from 316.20 in
(803.1 cm) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 14 500 lbf (6577.3 kgf ) to
815.6 cm (321.10 in) aft of datum (20.00 % MAC) at 5 443.3 kgf
(12 000 lbf).
Takeoff weights up to 21 500 lb ( Landing Gear Extended)
Airplanes S/N 650-0001 through 650-0093 ( airplanes incorporating SB
650-32-13 or SB 650-32-14)
- (1) Aft Limit: 838.5 cm (330.10 in) aft of the datum (31.00 % MAC)
at 9 752.5 kg (21 500 lb) or less.
- (2) Forward Limit: Linear variation from 820.5 cm (323.02 in) aft of
the datum (22.33 % MAC) at 9 752.5 kg (21 500 lb) to 803.1 cm
(316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 8618.5 kgf (19 000 lbf);
803.1 cm (316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 8 618.5 kgf
(19 000 lbf) to 6 577.3 kgf (14 500 lbf).
Linear variation from 803.1 cm (316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 percent
MAC) at 6 577.3 kgf (14 500 lbf) to 815.6 cm (321.10 in) aft of datum
(20.0 % MAC) at 5 443.3 (12 000 lbf)

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Takeoff weights up to 22 000 lb ( Landing Gear Extended)


Airplanes S/N 650-0094 through 650-0241
- (1) Aft Limit: 838.5 cm (330.10 in) aft of the datum (31.00 % MAC) at
9 752.5 kg (22 000 lb) or less.
- (2) Forward Limit: Linear variation from 823.9 cm (324.38 in) aft of the
datum (24.00 % MAC) at 9 979.03 kg (22 000 lbf) to 803.1 cm (316.20
in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 8 618.3 kgf (19 000 lbf) ;
803.1 cm (316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 8 618.3 kgf (19 000
lbf) to 6 577.1 kgf (14 500 lbf);
Linear variation from 803.1 cm (316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC)
at 6 577.1 kgf (14 500 lbf) to 815.6 cm (321.10 in) aft of datum (20.00 %
MAC) at 5 443.3 kgf (12 000 lbf).

DATUM

Zero reference datum is 561.3 cm (221.0 in) forward of the leveling screw
just aft of the cabin door on Water Line 127.25.

EMPTY WEIGHT C. G.
RANGE

None

LEVELING MEANS

Seat rails.

MEAN AERODYNAMIC
CHORD

207.6 cm (81.725 in) - L.E. of MAC at sta. + 774.1 cm (+304.768 in)

MAXIMUM WEIGHT

Airplanes 650-0001 through 650-0093 (airplanes not incorporating


SB650-32-13)
Ramp:
9 630 kgf (21 200 lbf)
Takeoff:
9 530 kgf (21 000 lbf)
Landing:
7 720 kgf (17 000 lbf)
Zero Wing Fuel:
6 650 kgf (14 650 lbf)
Airplanes S/N 650-0001 through 650-0093 ( airplanes incorporating
SB650-32-13)
Ramp:
9 843.2 kgf (21 700 lbf)
Takeoff:
9 752.5 kgf (21 500 lbf)
Landing:
8 618.5 kgf (19 000 lbf)
Zero Wing Fuel:
6 940.2 kgf (15 300 lbf)
Airplanes S/N 650-0094 through 650-0241:
Ramp:
10 070.0 kgf (22 200 lbf)
Takeoff:
9 979.3 kgf (22 000 lbf)
Landing:
9 072.1 kgf (20 000 lbf)
Zero Wing Fuel:
6 940.2 kgf (15 300 lbf)

MINIMUM CREW

For all flights: 2 persons (pilot and copilot)

NUMBER OF SEATS

11 (2 pilots, 9 passengers)
See NOTE 5

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MAXIMUM BAGGAGE

Tail compartment

317.5 kgf (700 lbf)

FUEL CAPACITY

Two wing tanks:

1818.3 liters (480.4 US Gal) usable each tank


Arm: + 801.3 cm (+315.46 in)
Fuselage tank
505.3 liters (133.5 US Gal) usable each tank
Arm: + 984.3 cm (+387.5 in)
See NOTE 1 for data on unusable oil.

OIL CAPACITY

Two engine-mounted tanks.


10.98 liters (2.9 US Gal) total each tank.
7.08 liters (1.87 US Gal) usable each tank.
Arm = + 1044.5 cm (+411.24 in)
See NOTE 1 for data on unusable oil

MAXIMUM OPERATING
ALTITUDE

15544.8 m (51 000 ft)

CONTROL SURFACE
MOVEMENTS

Stabilizer Range of
Stabilizer Setting (Primary
Trim)
Elevator:
Rudder:

Max.Up
+2

Max. Down
-13

Up 15.5 +0, -0.5 Down 15 1


Right 25 +1, -0
Left 25 +1, -0

(perpendicular to hinge)

Rudder trim tab:


Aileron:
Wing flaps positions:

Spoilers
Outboard (Panels 1 & 8)
Inboard (Panels 4 & 5)

Right 11.75 1

Left 11.75 1
(perpendicular to hinge) (Servo Action 11+1, -1)
Up 12.5 + 1, -0
Down 12.5 + 1, -0
Up 0
T.O./Apr 20, 7
Ldg. 37, 20
0 to 47 +3, -0
0 to 30 +1, -1

Speed breaks
0 to 47 +3, -0
Panels 2, 3, 6 & 7
See Instructions for Continued Airworthiness for rigging instructions.
S/N ELIGIBLE

CITATION III: 650-0001 through 650-0199, -0203, -0204, -0205, and -0206
CITATION VI: 650-0200, -0201, -0202 and S/N 650-0207 through -0241

CERTIFICATION BASIS

RBHA 25, corresponding to FAR 25 effective 01 February 1965, as


amended by 25-1 through 25-39, 25-43 and 25-44;
(a) Additions:

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- RBHA/FAR 25.901(c) and 25.1199 as amended by Amendments 25-1


through 25-40; 25.1309 and 25.1351(d) as amended by Amendments
25-1 through 25-41; 25.177; 25.255 and 25.703 as amended by
Amendments 25-1 through 25-42; 25.1305 and 25.1529 as amended by
Amendment 25-1 through 25-54.
Note: RBHA/FAR 25.801 ditching not complied with.
- RBHA 36, corresponding to FAR 36 dated 01 December 1969, as
amended by Amendments 36-1 through 36-12.
- SFAR 27 including the amendments 27-1 and 27-2.
- Special Condition FAA 25-102-NM-7 dated 23/11/81 accepted by
CTA relative to altitude operation up to 15545 m (51000 ft);
- CTA Special Conditions established in the report H10-0670-04, issued
at 07 October 1985 or in the posteriors revisions, relatives to
- Markings in Portuguese language; additional equipments and others
requests;
- Exemption FAA no.3436 of 23/12/1981 accepted by CTA, relative to
the non compliance with FAR 25.1305(d)(3) engine rotors
unbalanced indicator;
- For all Models FAA Equivalent Safety Items accepted by CTA, in
respect to the following requirements:
(1) RBHA/FAR 25.773(b)(2), Cockpit Side Window;
(2) RBHA/FAR 25.1549(a) and (b), Digital Turbine Speed N2
Indicator;
(3) RBHA/FAR 25.815, Aisle Width;
(4) RBHA/FAR 25.812(b)(1), Emergency Exit Signs;
(5) RBHA/FAR 25.813(e), Passenger Compartment Door;
- For the CITATION III CTA Equivalent Safety Items, in respect to the
following requirements:
(1) RBHA/FAR 25.812 ( k )(2) lost of the illuminated emergency exit
sign due to transversal section separation of the fuselage between
stations 214 and 240 after an emergency landing.
- For the CITATION III-Brazilian Certification appliance dated 09
January 1984.
- For the CITATION VI-Brazilian Certification appliance dated 30 May
1991.

PRODUCTION
CERTIFICATION

Production Certificate No. 312 (FAA)

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT

The basic required equipment, as prescribed in the applicable


airworthiness regulations (see Certification Basis) must be installed in the
airplane.

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NOTES:
NOTE 1

Current weight and balance report including list of equipment included in certificated
empty weight, and loading instructions when necessary must be provided for each
aircraft at the time of original certification.
The certified empty weight and corresponding center of gravity location must include:
WEIGHT kgf (lbf)
C.G.LOCATION cm (in)
Alcohol
1.54 (3.4)
+ 235.0 (+ 92.5 (full))
Hydraulic Fluid
16.87 (37.2)
+ 964.7 (+ 379.8 (full))
Unusable Fuel Wing
25.76 (56.8)
+ 772.2 (+ 304.0)
Unusable Fuel Fuselage
1.36 (3.0)
+ 983.5 (+ 387.2)
Engine Unusable Oil
7.26 (16.0)
+1 044.5 (+ 411.2)
Engine Usable Oil
13.15 (29.0)
+1 044.2 (+411.1 (full))

NOTE 2

The airplane shall be operated in accordance with the Flight Manual approved by FAA
on behalf CTA incorporating the modifications requested by CTA through the reports
H10-0670-04 or further revisions.
The required placards are included on the chapter 11 of the Maintenance Manuals. The
placards required in Portuguese language are related in the reports H10-0670-04 or
further revisions.

NOTE 3

See the FAA approved airworthiness limitation section of the Instructions for Continued
Airworthiness for mandatory compliance retirement life or inspection.

NOTE 4

Continuing Airworthiness. See Maintenance Manual, Chapter 5 Time Limits/


Maintenance Checks for inspections, mandatory retirement life information, and others
requirements for continued airworthiness.

NOTE 5

All replacement seats (crew and passenger), although they may comply with TSO C39,
must also be demonstrated to comply with RBHA/FAR 25.785.

NOTE 6

The following nose wheel tires are approved:


BFG
P/N 031-613-2
650-0001 through 650-7000
Goodyear P/N 184F13-5
BFG
P/N 031-613-8
Goodyear P/N 184F13-3

650-0001 through 650-0093

NOTE 7

Airplanes modified in accordance with Cessna Drawing 6200011 or Service Bulletin


SB650-03-01 are eligible for Canadian Registration (S/N 650-0001 through 650-0241).

NOTE 8

Production Certificate No. 4 effective at Serial 650-0079 through 650-7000.

NOTE 9

Applicable to airplane S/N 650-0227 through 650-0241; and prior serial numbers that
incorporate Service Bulletin SB650-72-01.

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I - Model CE-650, CITATION VII (Transport Category), approved 15 September 1994.


ENGINE

2 GARRETT TFE 731-4R-2S

FUEL

Commercial kerosene JET A, JET B, JET A-1, JP-4, JP-5 and


JP-8 fuel, conforming to Air Research Manufacturing Co. Fuel
Specifications EMS 53111, EMS 53112, or EMS 53116.
See Airplane Flight Manual for anti-icing and fueling procedures.

OIL

According To Specification Garrett EMS 53110, Tipo II

ENGINE LIMITS

Static thrust, standard day, sea level:


TFE731-4R-2S
Takeoff (5min.)
1 850.7 kgf (4 080 lbf)
Max. continuous
1 850.7 kgf (4 080 lbf)
Max. permissible engine rotor operating speeds - % (rpm):
N1 (Fan) steady state
101.5%
N2 (Gas Gen.) steady state
101.0%
N1 (Fan)
101.5% to 104.5% limited to 5 sec.
N2 (Gas gen.)
101% to 103% limited to 5 sec.
Max. permissible interturbine gas temperatures - C:
TFE731-4R-2S
Takeoff (5 min.)
952C
974C (Emergency only)
Max. continuous
924C
Starting
952C

AIRSPEED LIMITS

VMO (Maximum Operating)


(Calibrated Altitudes)

MMO (Calibrated Altitude)

275 KIAS below 2 438.4 m


(8 000 ft).
Linear variation between 336
KIAS at 2438.4 m (8 000 ft) with
linear decrease to 278 KIAS/0.851
M at 11 132.5 m (36 524 ft)
See NOTE 8 for alternate VMO &
ZFW
0.851 M above 11132.5 m
(36.524 ft)

Maneuvering (VA) - sea level:


6 577.3 kgf (14 500 lbf)
+177 KIAS
7 484.5 kgf (16 500 lb)
+191 KIAS
8 890.7 kgf (19 600 lb)
+210 KIAS
10 432.9 kgf (23 000 lb)
+227 KIAS
- See AFM for variations with weight and altitude and optional
configurations.

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AIRSPEED LIMITS (Cont.)

Speed for maximum gust intensity (VB) 220 KIAS


Flaps extended (VFE):
- Partial Flaps 7 or 20
210 KIAS
170 KIAS
- Landing Position Full Flaps
Minimum control speed - Air (VMCA)
103 KIAS
102 KIAS
Minimum control speed - Ground
(VMCG)
(8 618.5 kgf (19 000 lbf) and below,
see AFM for variation with weight)
L. G. operating (VLO)
210 KIAS
L. G. extended (VLE)
210 KIAS
Landing Light extended
250 KIAS
Maximum tire ground speed
165 knots
Speed Brakes Extension Speed Maximum No Limit
Panels 2, 3 6 & 7
Minimum VREF + 15 KIAS
Extension of the speed brakes with the flaps in any position
other than the UP position is prohibited below 500 feet AGL.
Above 500 feet AGL the speed brake may be extended with the
flaps in any position.
Spoiler Extension Speed (In flight restricted to emergency
descent)
Panels 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7 & 8 Maximum VMO/MMO
Minimum 150 KIAS
Spoiler extension in flight is restricted to emergency descent use.
Extension of the spoilers is prohibited in flight with the flaps in
any position other than the up position.
There is no restriction on roll control spoilers (Painels 1 & 8)

C. G. RANGE

Maximum Design C.G. Limits

(Landing Gear Extended)

- (1) Aft Limit: Linear variation from 824.4 cm (324.55 in) aft of
the datum (24.21 percent MAC) at 10 432.9 kgf (23 000 lbf) to
838.5 cm (330.10 in) aft of the datum (31.00 % MAC) at
10 183.4 kgf (22,450 lbf); 838.5 cm (330.10 in) aft of datum
(31.00 % MAC) at 10 183.4 kgf (22 450 lbf) to 6 216.7 kgf
(13 705 lbf).
- (2) Forward Limit: Linear variation from 824.36 cm (324.55 in)
aft of the datum (24.21 % MAC) at 10 432.6 kgf (23 000 lbf) to
803.1 cm (316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 percent MAC) at
8 618.5 (19 000 lbf);
803.1 cm (316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00 % MAC) at 8 618.5
(19 000 lbf) to 7 484.5 kgf (16 500 lbf) ;
Linear variation from 803.1 cm (316.20 in) aft of datum (14.00
% MAC) at 7484.5 kgf (16 500 lbf) to 815.3 cm (321.00 in) aft
of datum (19.86 % MAC) at 6 577.1 kgf (14 500 lbf).

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DATUM

Zero reference datum 561.3 cm (221.0 in) forward of the leveling


screw just aft of the cabin door on Water Line 127.25.

EMPTY WEIGHT C. G. RANGE

None

LEVELING MEANS

Seat rails.

MEAN AERODYNAMIC CHORD

207.6 cm (81.725 in) - L.E.of MAC at sta.+ 774.1 cm (+304.768 in)

MAXIMUM WEIGHT

Ramp
Takeoff:
Landing:
Zero Fuel:
Alternate Zero Fuel
(See NOTE 8):

MINIMUM CREW

For all flights: 2 persons (pilot and copilot)

NUMBER OF SEATS

15 (2 pilots, 13 passengers) See NOTE 5

MAXIMUM BAGGAGE

Tail
compartment

FUEL CAPACITY

Two wing
tanks:
Fuselage tank

OIL CAPACITY

10 523.6 kgf (23 200 lbf)


10 432.9 kgf (23 000 lbf)
9 072.1 kgf (20 000 lbf)
7 484.5 kgf (16 500 lbf)
6 962.8 kgf (15 350 lbf)

317.5 kgf (700 lbf)


for aircraft with APU 226.8 kgf (500 lbf)

1818.3 liters (480.4 US Gal) usable each tank


Arm: + 801.3 cm (+315.46 in)
505.3 liters (133.5 US Gal) usable each tank
Arm: + 984.3 cm (+387.5 in)
See NOTE 1 for data on unusable fuel.
Two engine-mounted tanks:
11.0 liters (2.9 US Gal) total each tank.
7.1 liters (1.87 US Gal) usable each tank.
Arm = + 1044.5 cm (+411.24 in)
See NOTE 1 for data on unusable oil

MAXIMUM OPERATING
ALTITUDE

15544.8 m (51 000 ft)

CONTROL SURFACE
MOVEMENTS

Stabilizer Range of
Stabilizer Setting
(Primary Trim)
Elevator:
Rudder:

Max.Up
+2

Max. Down
-13

Up 15.5 +0, -0.5 Down 15 1


Right 25 +1, -0
Left 25 +1, -0

(perpendicular to hinge)

Rudder trim tab:

Right 11.75 1

Left 11.75 1

(perpendicular to hinge) (Servo Action


11+1, -1)

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CONTROL SURFACE
MOVEMENTS (Cont.)

Up 12.5 + 1, -0
Down 12.5 + 1, from neutral
0 from neutral
Wing flaps positions: Up 0
T.O./Apr 20, 7
Ldg. 37, 20
0 to 47 +3, -0
Spoiler Outboard ( Panels 1 & 8)
0 to 30 +1, -1
Spoiler Inboard (Panels 4 & 5)
Outboard (Panels 1 & 8)
Speed breaks
0 to 47 +3, -0
Panels 2, 3, 6 & 7
(See Instructions for Continued Airworthiness for rigging
instructions).
See AFM for required Approach flap settings.

S/N ELIGIBLE

650-7001 and on

CERTIFICATION BASIS

RBHA 25, corresponding to FAR 25 effective 01 February 1965,


as amended by 25-1 through 25-39.

Aileron:

(a) Additions:
- RBHA/FAR 25.901(c) and 25.1199 as amended by
Amendments 25-1 through 25-40; 25.1309 and
25.1351(d) as amended by Amendments 25-1 through 2541; 25.177; 25.255 and 25.703 as amended by
Amendments 25-1 through 25-42; 25.1326 as amended
by Amendments 25-1 through 25-43; 25.1413 as
amended by Amendments 25-1 through 25-44; 25.1305
and 25.1529 as amended by Amendments 25-1 through
25-54; 25.904 as amended by Amendments 25-1 through
25-62; 25.773 as amended by Amendments 25-1 through
25-72. through 25-72.
(b) Additions for the Sperry SPZ-8000 Digital Integrated Flight
Control System only:
RBHA/FAR 25.1321(a), (b), (d), and (e), 25.1331, 25.1333,
and 25.1335 as amended by Amendments 25-1 through 2541.
(c) Additions for airplanes equipped with inflight operable
Auxiliary Power Unit (APU): 25.901(d) as amended by
Amendment 25-1 to 25-46
- RBHA 36, corresponding to FAR 36 dated 01 December
1969, as amended by Amendments 36-1 through 36-18.
- RBHA 34, corresponding to FAR 34 dated 10 September
1990, Fuel Venting and Exaust Emission Requirements for
Turbine Engine Powered Airplanes.

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- Special Conditions as follows:


(a) 25-102-NM-7, High Altitude operations (51000 ft). See
NOTE 10.
(b) 25-ANM-54, Protection from the induced effects of
lightning and High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) due to
installation of digital electronic engine controls.
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Exemption FAA no.3436 accepted by CTA from compliance


with RBHA/FAR 25.1305(d)(3) for type certification
without an engine rotors unbalance indicator;

Equivalent Levels of Safety as follows:


(1) RBHA/FAR 25.807(d), Emergency exits ditching;
(2) RBHA/FAR 25.1549(a) and (b), Digital Turbine Speed
N2 Indicator;
(3) RBHA/FAR 25.815, Aisle Width;
(4) RBHA/FAR 25.812(b)(2), Emergency Exit Signs;
(5) RBHA/FAR 25.813(e), Passenger Compartment Door;
(6) RBHA/FAR 25.1305(a)(4), Oil Pressure Indicator
(See NOTE 9)
(7) RBHA/FAR 25.1305(a)(6), Oil Temperature Indicator
(See NOTE 9)
(8) RBHA/FAR 25.1305(c)(1);Gas Temperature Indicator
(See NOTE 9)
(9) RBHA/FAR 25.1305(c)(3); Tachometer (See NOTE 9)

RBHA/FAR 25.801 ditching not complied with.


Compliance with ice protection has been demonstrated in
accordance with RBHA/FAR 25.1419.
PRODUCTION CERTIFICATION

Production Certificate No. 4 (FAA)

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT

The basic required equipment, as prescribed in the applicable


airworthiness regulations (see Certification Basis) must be
installed ii the aircraft for certification basis.

NOTES:
NOTE 1

Current weight and balance report including list of equipment included in certificated
empty weight, and loading instructions when necessary must be provided for each airplane
at the time of original certification.
The certified empty weight and corresponding center of gravity location must include:
WEIGHT kgf (lbf)
C.G.LOCATION cm (in)
Hydraulic Fluid
16.87 (37.2)
+ 964.7 (+ 379.8 (full))
Unusable Fuel Wing
25.76 (56.8)
+ 772.2 (+ 304.0)
Unusable Fuel Fuselage
1.36 (3.0)
+ 983.5 (+ 387.2)
Engine Unusable Oil
7.26 (16.0)
+1044.5 (+ 411.2)
Engine Usable Oil
13.15 (29.0)
+1044.2 (+411.1 (full))

CESSNA

November 2005

EA-8502-02

Sheet 13/13

NOTE 2

The airplane must be operated in accordance with the Flight Manual approved by FAA on
behalf CTA incorporating the modifications requested by CTA through the report
H100670-04 or further revisions.
The required placards are included on the chapter 11 of the Maintenance Manual. The
placards required in Portuguese language are related in the report H10-0670-04 or further
revisions.

NOTE 3

See the FAA approved airworthiness limitation section of the Instructions for Continued
Airworthiness (Chapter 4 of Maintenance Manual) for mandatory compliance retirement
life or inspection.

NOTE 4

All replacement seats (crew and passenger), although they may comply with TSO C39,
must also be demonstrated to comply with RBHA/FAR 25.785.

NOTE 5

For operation with 10 or more passengers, Cessna Drawing 6211274 must be complied
with.

NOTE 6

The following nose wheel tires are approved:


BFG
P/N 031-613-2
Goodyear P/N 184F13-5

NOTE 7

Equipment installations or other modifications to the tail cone area must be coordinated
with the CTA certification.

NOTE 8

The following alternate VMO/MMO limitations apply when airplanes are loaded to the
alternate zero fuel weight of 6 962.8 kgf (15 350 lbf):
275 KIAS below 2 438.4 m (8 000 ft).
346 KIAS at 8 000 ft. with linear decrease to 293 KIAS/0.851 M at 10447.0 m (34 275ft).
0.851 M above 10 447.0 m (34 275 ft).

NOTE 9

Applicable to those airplanes incorporating Auxiliary Power Unit Inflight Operable


Installation.

NOTE 10

The Model 650 airplanes (Citation VII) has been approved for high altitude operations
(altitudes above 12 496.8 m (41 000 ft).), by Special Conditions. Any modifications to the
pressure vessel must be approved in accordance with the requirements as shown in the
certification basis. This include modifications which could result in a pressure vessel
opening, either through crack-growth or antenna loss, greater than 25.68 cm2 (3.98 sq.in).

NOTE 11

Model 650 airplanes (Citation VII, S/N 650-7001 through 650-7075, that have
accomplished Cessna Service Bulletin SB650-34-97, and Model 650 airplanes (Citation
VII, S/N 650-7076 and on) meet the initial airworthiness requirements for operation in
Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) airspace. Each operator must obtain final
RVSM operating approval directly from the DAC.

GERALDO CURCIO NETO Ten Cel Av


Chefe da Diviso de Certificao de Aviao Civil
(Chief, Diviso de Certificao de Aviao Civil)

LUIZ ALBERTO C. MUNARETTO Cel Av


Diretor do Instituto de Fomento e Coordenao Industrial
(Director, Instituto de Fomento e Coordenao Industrial)