CHAPTER 7. Takeoff and Departure Climbs

The takeoff, though relatively simple, often presents the most hazards of any part of a fl ight. The importance of thorough knowledge, faultless technique, and sound judgment cannot be overemphasized.

It must be remembered that the manufacturer’s recommended procedures, including confi guration and airspeeds, and other information relevant to takeoffs and departure climbs in a specifi c make and model WSC aircraft are contained in the Airplane Flight Manual/Pilot’s Operating Handbook (AFM/POH). If any of the information in this chapter differs from the manufacturer’s recommendations as contained in the AFM/POH, the manufacturer’s recommendations take precedence.

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