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From this list it will be seen that reverse thrust and anti-skid are the only two factors considered to have a significant effect on take-off and landing performance. A statement is included for every piece of equipment listed in the CDL to enable planning calculations to be made in the event of unserviceability. It details, in particular, any factorization or correction that must be used if such is the case. 1 Aerodrome altitude Although the requirements only specify that aerodrome altitudes must be scheduled in Flight Manuals from 1OOOft below MSL to 2000ft above MSL, it is usual for manufacturers to present a range from 1000 ft below to 10000 ft above MSL.
D) Federal Aviation Requirements (FAR 25). QlO. The minimum acceptable performance requirements for a Class 'A' aeroplane are contained in the following document: (a) JAR-OPS1. (b) JAR 23. (c) JAR25. (d) FAR 25. Q11. En-route in the Northern Hemisphere an aeroplane flying with QNH set on the sub-scale of the altimeter, is experiencing 15" port drift. The altimeter, if the subscale is not reset, will: (a) Read the correct height above MSL. (b) Over-read. (c) Under-read. (d) Not be affected. Q12.
Calculate the runway slope for runway 09. 03% downhill.