Talk:Angle of climb

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Merge?[edit]

This has been a stub since 2008. Maybe it should be merged into Rate of climb, as the concepts are closely related, and quite a lot about the angle of climb is explained there anyways. In the meantime I have added some info from "Rate of climb" here, but on second thought I don't think it's useful to have two practically identical articles. --BjKa (talk) 10:37, 12 April 2017 (UTC)