Definition of climb-out in English:


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  • The part of a flight of an aircraft after take-off and before it reaches a level altitude.
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    • During the climb-out, the copilot's airspeed dropped to zero, and his altimeter dropped 2,000 feet.
    • The pilot nearly departed the airplane on the top of our climb-out.
    • On the climb-out, the cockpit was least uncomfortable when I ran the defog lever full forward.

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