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Landing Distance Chart
FlyingThereAndBack created the topic: Landing Distance Chart
Bob in the Landing Distance Chart Type 2, if you were given a pressure height of 6000' in the exam would you say that you are climb weight limited to lower than 1000Kg? Perhaps 990Kg. Also what if your pressure height was even heigher, unlikely in reality I know just trying to figure out where that scale exactly top's out (In CASA's eyes). Thanks
Plummet replied the topic: Re: Landing Distance Chart
It looks about 980kg - if you put your WAC ruler on the 900-1000kg range it's about 7 units (nm) wide and the cross point is about 5.5 units along, hence about 78%.
In terms of the Pressure Heights, I'd say with almost 100% surety that CASA will not give you a scenario with any conditions greater than what's covered in the charts. Extrapolation outside the charts is normally a no-no. Besides, at the lowest Climb Weight Limit of 800kg, you're probably very limited to any meaningful operations anyway!