|Quoting RJNUT (Reply 2):|
ah yes, i remember in Cleveland Heights being blasted, as a kid , by those "thunder" squalls and my grandmother calling to say in Bay Village, the sun was shining! We thought she was just kidding!
|Quoting 727forever (Reply 6):|
|Quoting 2H4 (Reply 9):|
I once read an article about a 72 pilot who nearly slid off the runway while exiting onto a taxiway. At the time, he felt as though his speed was very conservative, but it was apparently not conservative enough. After that close call, he created a new personal SOP for slippery runways - before steering the nosewheel even one degree to vacate the runway, he ensures he's so slow that power must be added to make the turn.
|Quoting jeb94 (Reply 7):|
MD80's can slide the nose even on dry pavement, especially when making sharp turns.