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An Embraer ERJ 145 of Air France on the climb
An Embraer ERJ 145 of Air France on the climb

The climb is the part of a flight of an aircraft, after take off, consisting of getting the aircraft to the desired cruising altitude. More generally, the term 'climb' means increasing the altitude. An Embraer RJ 145 of Air France on the climbout from Bristol Airport, Bristol, England. ... An Embraer RJ 145 of Air France on the climbout from Bristol Airport, Bristol, England. ... Flight is the process of flying: either movement through the air by aerodynamically generating lift or aerostatically using buoyancy, or movement beyond earths atmosphere by spacecraft. ... Airbus A380 An aircraft is any machine capable of atmospheric flight. ... A Ryanair Boeing 737 takes off from Bristol International Airport, England Take off is the phase of flight where an aircraft transitions from moving along the ground (taxiing) to flying in the air (see flight), usually from a runway. ... Airbus A380 An aircraft is any machine capable of atmospheric flight. ... Cruise may refer to Cruise, a distinct stage of an aircrafts flight Cruising, living on the boat and traveling for extended periods of time Tom Cruise, an American film actor and producer Cruise missile, a guided missile e. ...


A pilot generally induces a plane to climb by setting the appropriate power level and using elevators to adjust the pitch of the plane for the appropriate speed. This technique is far more effective than trying to achieve a particular climb rate directly.


All aircraft, but especially gliders can also ascend by using rising air, (see article on gliding). For lighter aircraft this method can achieve faster rates of climb than by using engine power. Airbus A380 An aircraft is any machine capable of atmospheric flight. ... Gliders are un-powered heavier-than-air aircraft. ... Gliding (or soaring) is a recreational activity and competitive sport where pilots fly un-powered aeroplanes known as gliders or sailplanes. ... Airbus A380 An aircraft is any machine capable of atmospheric flight. ...


Climb is also the name of band popular with a small but dedicated fanbase (dave and his friend herman), which emerged at the break of the 21st century in the midlands. Previously known as 'GIMP' but changed their name following a number of unsolicited phone calls and embarassing approaches by leather clad over 50's.


Little has been heard from the band in the last year but rumours abound about a possible come back tour at the shoulder of mutton,stretton, thursday night 7.45pm.


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Climbing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1360 words)
Stack climbing is climbing sea stacks: near vertical columns of rock in the sea, near coasts.
Professional tree climbing is climbing on trees for the purpose of hardware installation, pruning, or removal.
Climbing is also common during streetparade in Zurich and reincarnation in Hannover, although security staff and policemen pay close attention to climbers, since injuries and property damage have occurred in the past.
Category:Climbing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (128 words)
Climbing is going up, or, depending on context, also down.
In particular it refers to steep climbs or vertical, e.g.
on a hill, mountain or stairs, in a pole or tree, etc. Climbing without a vehicle is often done as a sport or recreation.
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