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16.46 Air Operations Performance Requirements
16.46.2 State the CAR Part 135 performance requirements for takeoff distance.
135.209 Take-off distance
(a) Each holder of an air operator certificate shall ensure that, for each aeroplane it operates—
- (1) the take-off weight does not exceed the maximum take-off weight specified in the flight manual; and
- (2) the take-off distance required does not exceed 85% of the takeoff run available.
(b) When calculating the take-off weight and distance to determine compliance with paragraph (a), the holder of an air operator certificate shall take account of—
- (1) the take-off run available; and
- (2) the weight of the aeroplane at the commencement of the take-off run; and
- (3) the pressure altitude of the aerodrome; and
- (4) ambient temperature at the aerodrome; and
- (5) the type of runway surface and the runway surface condition; and
- (6) the runway slope in the direction of take-off; and
- (7) not more than 50% of the reported headwind component or not less than 150% of the reported tailwind component.
16.46.4 State the CAR Part 135 performance requirements for landing distance.
135.223 Landing distance – dry runway
(a) A holder of an air operator certificate must ensure that, for each aeroplane the certificate holder operates, the landing weight for the estimated time of landing does not exceed the landing weight specified in the aeroplane flight manual.