Sec. 23.63 - Climb: General.
(a) Compliance with the requirements of §§23.65, 23.66, 23.67, 23.69, and 23.77 must be shown -- (1) Out of ground effect; and (2) At speeds that are not less than those at which compliance with the powerplant cooling requirements of §§23.1041 to 23.1047 has been demonstrated; and (3) Unless otherwise specified, with one engine inoperative, at a bank angle not exceeding 5 degrees. (b) For normal, utility, and acrobatic category reciprocating engine-powered airplanes of 6,000 pounds or less maximum weight, compliance must be shown with §23.65(a), §23.67(a), where appropriate, and §23.77(a) at maximum takeoff or landing weight, as appropriate, in a standard atmosphere. (c) For normal, utility, and acrobatic category reciprocating engine-powered airplanes of more than 6,000 pounds maximum weight, and turbine engine-powered airplanes in the normal, utility, and acrobatic category, compliance must be shown at weights as a function of airport altitude and ambient temperature, within the operational limits established for takeoff and landing, respectively, with -- (1) Sections 23.65(b) and 23.67(b) (1) and (2), where appropriate, for takeoff, and (2) Section 23.67(b)(2), where appropriate, and §23.77(b), for landing. (d) For commuter category airplanes, compliance must be shown at weights as a function of airport altitude and ambient temperature within the operational limits established for takeoff and landing, respectively, with -- (1) Sections 23.67(c)(1), 23.67(c)(2), and 23.67(c)(3) for takeoff; and (2) Sections 23.67(c)(3), 23.67(c)(4), and 23.77(c) for landing. [Doc. No. 27807, 61 FR 5186, Feb. 9, 1996] |