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3.0 AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE 3.1 General Information 3.2 Payload Range 3.3. FAR Takeoff Runway Length Requirements 3.4 FAR Landing Runway Length Requirements 3.0 TAKEOFF AND LANDING REQUIREMENTS 3.1 General Information Figure 3.2 presents payload-range information for a specific long-range cruise altitude and at the fuel reserve condition shown, Figures 3.3 and 3.4 represent FAR takeoff and landing field length requirements for FAA certification, Standard day temperatures for the altitudes shown are tabulated below: ELEVATION STANDARD DAY TEMP FEET METERS oF °C 0 0 59.0 15.0 2000 610 51.9 WA 4000 1219 44.7 Tl 6000 1829 37.6 31 3000 2438 30.5 0.8 NOTE: Information presented for standard engines for given model, Engine options are available, REVE 5/84 35 9f ¥9/54038 PAYLOAD (1000 POUNDS) 40 35! 28 20 6 10 NOTE: DOMESTIC RESERVES AT 200 NAUTICAL MILES ALTERNATE PLUS 45 MINUTES AT LRC @ STANDARD DAY NO WIND: ¢ OEW = 49,162 POUNDS ¢ JT8D — 1 ENGINE DESIGN PAYLOAD, 24,838 POUNDS ug ko, LO T Lung Sty. a peeeea nner | — 4S 1 et 20 65 Ko ee | ASL 28.000 % 200 p, me % eUins + 20%, Pm PA Aok.w. . ee of 3 , hm] %. 8 PCa dr o 2 «4 6 8 0 2 4 16 182 2 24 2 28 30 RANGE (100 NAUTICAL MILES) 3.2 PAYLOAD-RANGE PAYLOAD-RANGE FOR LONG-RANGE CRUISE AT 30, 000 FT MODEL DC-9-15