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Flight Test Observed and Corrected Data Report. 3. Take-off and Landing Performance of Model 319A
[Technical Report, Technical Report]
CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO WICHITA KS
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Flight tests were conducted with the Cessna Model 319A airplane on five different occasions from February through August 1954 for the purpose of determining take-off and landing performance over a 50 ft. obstacle. On two occasions, a record of the actual flight path of the airplane was made by means of a photographic flight path recording camera. Twice, data was obtained by observing distances required to take-off and land over an actual 50 ft. barrier. One series of tests was recorded by means of a 35 mm Ditto camera which took a series of still photographs covering the whole range of the take-off or landing test run.
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