IAS at below sea level airports question

Climbing above sea level makes IAS increasingly fall below TAS. Does this mean that when taking off from below sea level airports IAS would be higher than TAS?

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The IAS is the speed of the air through the aircraft PITOTS measuring system. When you climb, the higher you go, thiner the air will be, and while the airspeed will have a low value, the aircraft ground speed will be higher… so… the TAS is the speed from the air mass you’re flying… it’s complicate for me to explain what’s the difference I’ve never understood that at 100%

IAS is indicated air speed (the one on the pitots) and TAS is True Air Speed, which is much higher than IAS at high altitudes

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