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Segment one - from the beginning of the take - off path to

35' over the runway - gear fully retracted!

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Segment Two - from 35' and gear up to the point at which flap

retraction is initiated (level of height) at a minimum of 400' ABOVE THE RUNWAY

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Segment Three - from the point at which the flaps and slats are retracted, up to the point at which the cli

which the climb config (flap up and final climb speed) is reached.

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Segment Four - from the point at which climb config is reached up to a point of 1500'/> if req...

if required for obstacle clearance

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Obstacle clearance is defined in relation to net...

net flight path!

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The net flight path MUST clear all obstacles located in the departure sector by at least

35'

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The maximum normal level off height (beginning of the third segment) is defined by the....

maximum time limit for T/O thrust!

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To clear obstacles, the second segment may be extended to the maximum time limit for

T/O thrust - IF he third segment can be flown using MCT (Max Cont. Thrust) and flaps extended

and the final segment must be OBSTACLE FREE!

9

The minimum height at which a turn may be commenced is....

50' and must be maintained during the turn with a max 15 degree AOB.

10

Provided obstacle clearance is not a problem, and climb performance is adequate, I can accept

Radar vectors, continuing on a published departure route or maintaining VFR in the vicinity of the airport.

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'Net flight path' in relation to an aeroplane with a MTOW over 5700kg means -

the gross FP is reduced in elevation or extended in length by specified margins when relating to the when relating to obstacle clearance to allow reduced aeroplane performance and variations in pilot technique