There really is no direct answer to that question, however, I will do my best to give you an explanation why
It depends on the required performance of the airplane. Here are some things that will INCREASE the need for more power any one of these CAN be enough to "tip the scale" in favor of "full" power.
Carrying more weight (Passengers, cargo, fuel)
Higher pressure-altitude airport
Tailwind, or no wind
Obstacles on the climb out (Mountains, Buildings, etc.)
Contamination on the runway (snow, sand, etc.)
Anything opposite to the above list will decrease the need for "full" power.
That is all I can think of off the top of my head. The first four are usually the largest factors.
So, as you can see, most of these factors change on a daily basis, or even an hourly basis, so it is impossible to compile a list of "typical airports" especially since you have not specified a specific aircraft.
Just to clarify.... the destination has absolutely NOTHING to do with amount of power used on takeoff.
Hope this helps
My Brain. I am an airline pilot and a flight instructor.
· 1 decade ago