T-rex Posted February 27, 2005 Report Share Posted February 27, 2005 Forum Members, I was asked, and now am here for the great Cdn debate... When we as pilots look at a OGE or IGE chart with the given parameters listed on the side, is the gross weight given to be used as a guideline or law? I will give my two cents after I get some replies on here. (yes, I had to outsource this question elsewhere) I realize rules of airmanship, pilot ability, and given conditions. So for arguement sake, your machine OGE Chart state that you can lift a 1800 lb load @ 6000 ft at 10C. Keeping parameters, in line such as bleed air, takeoff power, scoops/ fliters, etc. You know this load weighs 2000 lbs, you go and try to lift it, keeping all engine paramters in check, and the machine lifts it and you fly away safely? Lets hear the feedback! Guidelines or Law? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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