And they usually cut the power further after takeoff due to noise abatement. Depends on the noise charactertistics and power of the engines on a particular aircraft type, though; I don't know the typical settings on an A300 on that takeoff pattern.
I thought the last transponder return showed this plane at 280 knots. Unless there was some sort of ridiculous angle of attack, I have a hard time believing the plane would have stalled at that speed; and it was obviously accelerating after takeoff. There's video of the plane taking off that the NTSB has, and they've said it's unremarkable. Usually when there's a really bad weight distribution problem it's obvious right from takeoff due to an unusual attitude.
The call for max power's another piece of the puzzle, though. We'll have to wait and see what that's about.
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