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AEROPLANE PERFORMANCE

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 - Aeroplane Flight Profile

2 - Steady Flight

3 - Take-off Distance

4 - Operation Requirements for Performance Class B Single Engine Aeroplanes

5 - Operation Requirements for Performance Class B Twin Engine Aeroplanes

6 - Take-off Speeds for Performance Class B Aeroplanes

 

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS & WEBSITES

1 – Airbus Industrie, Getting to Grips with Aircraft Performance, Airbus Customer Services, Toulouse, 2002.

2 – Swatton, P.J., Aircraft Performance Theory and Practice for Pilots, 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons, West Sussex, 2008.

3 - Jeppesen & Oxford Aviation Training, Flight Performance and Planning 1, 030 032 Performance, JAA Airline Transport Pilot’s License Theoretical Knowledge Manual, Jeppesen, Frankfurt, 2001.

4 - Civil Aviation Authority JAR-FCL Examinations: Aeroplane Performance Manual, CAP 698.

 

REGULATIONS

1 - EU-OPS 1 Commercial Air Transportation (Aeroplanes): EU-OPS-1

2 - EASA CS-Definitions (Definitions and Abbreviations): Amendment 2

3 - EASA CS-23 Certification Specifications for Normal, Utility, Aerobatic and Commuter Aeroplanes (Amendment 3)

4 - EASA CS-25 Certification Specifications for Large Aeroplanes  (Amendment 12)

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1 - JAR Learning Objectives: JAR Flight Performance Learning Objectives

 

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