departure profile

departure profile

A flight profile flown by a departing aircraft to meet the needs of separation from other aircraft—both horizontally and vertically, obstacle clearance, noise levels, etc.
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For jets over 75,000 pounds, many airports urge pilots to use Noise Abatement Departure Profiles (NADPs).
It was a long gestation, one complicated by the terrain, severity of conditions and complicated approach and departure profiles, as well as the need to maintain operations.