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90 percent useful load sides of the figure, and applied based on the mean daily maximum temperature of the hottest month (in Fahrenheit), and the elevation of the airfield (in feet AMSL) Figure 6-14 illustrates two examples, one for an airport at sea level with average high temperature during the hottest month at 59 F and a critical aircraft falling within the 75 percent of fleet category at
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Manufacturer Bae Bombardier Bombardier Bombardier Bombardier Cessna Cessna Cessna Dassault Dassualt Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) IAI Learjet Learjet Learjet Raytheon/Hawker Raytheon/Hawker Raytheon/Hawker Sabreliner
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Model Corporate 800/1000 600 Challenger 601/601-3A/3ER Challenger 604 Challenger BD-100 Continental S550 Citation S/II 650 Citation III/IV 750 Citation X Falcon 900C/900EX Falcon 2000/2000EX Astra 1125 Galaxy 1126 45 XR 55/55B/55C 60 Horizon 800/800 XP 1000 65/75
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TABLE 6-6 Aircraft that (Including Those in Table 6-1) Make Up 100 Percent of the Fleet
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60 percent useful load, and one for an airport at 1000 ft AMSL, average high temperature during the hottest month at 100 F, and a critical aircraft falling within the 75 percent of fleet category at 90 percent useful load For aircraft falling within the 100 percent of fleet group as identified in Table 6-6, Fig 6-15 is similarly applied Figure 6-15 is illustrated with two examples, one illustrating an airport at 2000 ft AMSL with average high temperature during the hottest month at 59 F and a critical aircraft falling within the 100 percent of fleet category at 60 percent useful load, and one illustrating an airport at 3000 ft AMSL, average high temperature during the hottest month at 100 F, and a critical aircraft falling within the 100 percent of fleet category at 90 percent useful load Based on the runway lengths found in either Fig 6-14 or Fig 6-15, an adjustment is made for any nonlevel runway gradient Specifically, the runway length found in Fig 6-14 or Fig 6-15 is increased by
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10 ft for every foot in elevation difference between the lowest point and highest point on the runway At higher elevations, it is often the case that the required runway length is greater for aircraft less than 12,500 lb MGTOW than for aircraft greater than 12,500 lb If this is the case, the design runway length would be that for the lighter aircraft As such, airport planners estimating runway lengths at high elevation airports should perform runway length estimations for the smallest aircraft, in addition to that for the selected critical aircraft
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