Pilots must be provided explanations, predictions, factors of
safety and control for high density altitude environments. Anytime
a higher than standard temperature exists at a departure airport,
improper planning and/or a lack of knowledge may lead to a fatal
outcome. Attempting takeoff without a thorough knowledge and
understanding of high density altitude takeoff parameters are known
to be contributing factors in general aviation takeoff accidents. A
critical ethnographic study was conducted to reveal cultural
differences among the general aviation community, air carrier, and
commuter and on demand operators. Takeoff distance, velocity, and
time can be presented as a function of aircraft weight and provide
a practical basis for other reliable information. Participants
provide an unintended and unanticipated zero-rate condition
encountered in an aviation operation. This study expands on
participant's zero-rate concerns with ratio level measurements and
VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller E.K.
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