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take-off climb [1 record]

Record 1 2016-02-28


Subject field(s)
  • Aircraft Piloting and Navigation

Since the rate of climb during the first minute would be reduced to almost 500 feet and the stalling speed would have to compensate for these decreased values by establishing a different angle of climb and increased air speed over that normally held in the take-off climb.


  • Pilotage et navigation aérienne

montée au décollage : terme uniformisé par le Comité d'uniformisation de la terminologie aéronautique (CUTA) – Opérations aériennes.


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