(Refer to CAP 698 figures 4-14_i and 4-14_ii)
Aerodrome Pressure Altitude: 4000 ft
Ambient Temperature: +30° C
TORA: 6200 ft
Runway slope: 2% up
Wind Component: 40kts Head
Contaminant: 4mm water
Take-off weight: 48000 kgs
The maximum contaminated runway TOW is:
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