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all-engines-operating take-off run [1 record]

Record 1 1996-06-04


Subject field(s)
  • Commercial Aviation

Distance from the start of the take-off roll to the point midway between the lift-off point and the point at which the aeroplane reaches 35 feet or, in the case of a small aircraft that is an aeroplane, 50 feet above the runway elevation.

Key term(s)
  • all-engines operating take-off run
  • all engines operating take off run
  • all engines operating take-off run
  • all-engines operating take off run


  • Aviation commerciale

Distance depuis le début du roulement au décollage jusqu'au point situé à mi-chemin entre le point de décollage et le point où l'avion atteint 35 pieds ou, dans le cas d'un petit aéronef qui est un avion, 50 pieds, au-dessus de l'altitude de la piste.


Source(s) : Règlement de l'aviation canadien - Partie I.


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