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NEW YORK AIRWAYS 6.2 OPERATING LIMITATIONS, V-44 - Continued) 1. This helicopter must be operated in compliance with the operating limitations specified in the CAA Approved Rotorcraft Flight Manual. 2. Clutch engaging light. Do not start with light on except in flight. 3. Never exceed speed. For variation of Vne speed with altitude and rpm see placard below. Variation of Vne with RPM and Density Altitude [[5 column table]] | Altitude | 2700 RPM | 2500 RPM | 2400 RPM | 2300 RPM | | SL | | 110 | 101 | 93 | | 2000 | | 97 | 89 | 81 | | 4000 | | 85 | 77 | 69 | | 6000 | | 73 | 65 | - | | 8000 | | 60 | 60 | - | | *10,000 | | 60 | 60 | - | Vne in IAS KNOTS *Maximum gross weight, 12,500 pounds. FLIGHT LIMITATIONS 1. No acrobatic maneuvers approved. 2. Limiting heights and corresponding speeds for safe landing following power failure are presented in Figure 6.2A. 3. Maximum sideward flight speed -- 35 knots CAS; maximum rearward flight speed 20 knots CAS. 9 CAA-APPROVED FEBRUARY 26 1958, V-44
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