climb-out speed

climb-out speed

With respect to rotorcraft, it means a referenced air speed, which results in a flight path, clear of the height-velocity envelope during initial climb-out.
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These factors include minimum control speed, refusal speed, rotation speed, lift-off speed, climb-out speed, three-engine rate of climb, decision speed, flap-retraction speeds, and center-of-gravity limits.