noise abatement climb procedure


noise abatement climb procedure
noise abatement climb procedure noun (aeronautics)
The flying of a civil aircraft so that it climbs rapidly on take-off until reaching the built-up area, where it maintains a positive rate of climb until the area is overflown or it reaches 5000ft
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