|Quoting XJRamper (Reply 1):|
My guess would be that they were heavy with high humidity and that they could not climb at their filed airspeed and they had to correct that with tower before they took off.
|Quoting FredT (Reply 4):|
Perhaps you can dig up the plates with the departure procedures for that runway?
|Quoting Stoicescu (Reply 6):|
Do you mean 10000 MSL ?
|Quoting AM (Reply 5):|
but none explains the 220 knots request.
The first one is to keep the speed below 200 knots until reaching a fix called VASOS, which is about 5 miles from the departure runway. So from T/O to MEX D5, don't exceed 200.
|Quoting Wagz (Reply 2):|
Had the airplane been heavy, then it would have to climb with a higher airspeed for a given climb rate. The more the weight, the more lift must be produced by the wings, therefore a higher airspeed must be maintained.
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