Take Off Climb¶
Most of the European countries use noise abatement procedures for initial
Take-off. This basically means that the plane should climb out from the
Aerodrome as fast as possible to reduce noise exposure on ground. Of course
with ensured flight operation safety. Below explains the common noise abatement
procedure for initial climb to cruise.
Take-off to 1500 ft above Aerodrome elevation:
- Take-off thrust
- Take-off flaps
- climb at minimum V2 + 10KT or as limited by body angle (max 20º nose up).
- Reduce to not less than climb thrust
- Accelerate smoothly to 250KT if applicable (vertical speed 1000-1200 ft/min), otherwise to en-route climb speed with flap retraction on schedule.
- Accelerate smoothly to en-route climb speed IAS 280-320KT.
- At FL260-280 you will reach the normal climb Mach of .74-76