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Old 2nd May 2014, 12:18
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HazelNuts39
 
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Originally Posted by 8che
Hazelnut - sure- 3.2% climb gradient from a min of 50ft agl while fully configured to land. (all engines)
That is the landing climb gradient requirement for dispatch. I was asking you to explain the equivalent requirement for 'in-flight' which you claimed to be different.

P.S.
The gear down section only shows the lower 335. Makes sense as it assumes you will never be able to retract on a baulked landing
Since the 'landing climb' gradient requirement is always with gear down, would that be the weight limited by the one-engine-inoperative 'approach climb' requirement with the gear down?

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