|Quoting 777WT (Reply 2):|
CO had a problem with CAT III autoland with their 752
|Quoting CptSpeaking (Reply 3):|
I was under the impression that US part 121 carriers were prohibited from CAT III approaches...is it the specific airlines that restrict them, the FAA, or what? That or am I way off on this one?
|Quoting EssentialPowr (Reply 4):|
A 777 for any US airline is capable of a SINGLE ENGINE Cat 111.
|Quoting CptSpeaking (Reply 5):
I realize they are capable, as well as almost any other model (737, 767, A320, yada yada yada...), but are they allowed? If so, why do so may flights get diverted for low level fog or other limiting weather?
|Quoting EssentialPowr (Reply 6):|
|Quoting IAHFLYR (Reply 7):|
I can't think of an airline with aircraft that are certified for CATIII ops that don't use them. There is an issue of crew training and currency for sure so that could acocunt for some diverts but for the most part not to big an issue.
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