|Quoting SESGDL (Thread starter):|
Does anyone know why they don't?
|Quoting TWAL1011727 (Reply 6):|
At ATL - Try being in an RJ or MD88 taking off behind 25 int'l B777/B767s.
and the ever wake turbulent B757. I was in an MD88 landing behind a B767 and went through their wake..
|Quoting Iahflyr (Reply 7):|
A non wake turbulence separation required airplane is the B738 and B739's
|Quoting Vikkyvik (Reply 8):|
Meaning there's no separation requirement for takeoff behind a 738 or 739?
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