Provides an indication of overall climb performance, especially if the aircraft has an all-engine service ceiling well above sample top-of-climb altitudes shown here and in the cruise section of performance specs. The all-engine time to climb to a specific altitude is shown, based on type of aircraft, departing at Max Total Operating Weight (MTOW) from a sea level, standard day airport.
We provide the all engine time to climb to specific altitudes based on the type of aircraft.
10,000 feet for normally aspirated (non turbocharged) single and multi engine piston aircraft, pressurized single engine piston and non pressurized turboprop; 25,000 feet for pressurized single and multiengine turboprops; 37,000 feet for turbofan powered aircraft.
The data is published as time-to-climb in minutes to the designated altitude. Exp: If it takes 9 minutes to climb to 10,000 feet, it will be shown as 9 / 10,000.