Takeoff Distance / Takeoff Run

Mon Jun 25, 2001 9:44 pm

What is the difference between "Takeoff Distance " and "Takeoff Run"?

example :
All Engine Takeoff Distance = 5569 FEET
All Engine Takeoff Run = 5084 FEET

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RE: Takeoff Distance / Takeoff Run

Mon Jun 25, 2001 11:11 pm

Takeoff run is the amount of runway an airplane uses to leave the runway, takeoff distance is the distance from 0 to the point at which the airplane can clear a 50 ft obstacle.
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