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Why Is it Harder to Fly a Helicopter at High Altitudes?

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The altitude at which a helicopter can no longer sustain a climb rate of at least 100 feet per minute is defined as its "operational ceiling. When the rate of climb declines to zero, "absolute ceiling" has been reached. Both operational and absolute
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