|Quoting Starlionblue (Reply 1):|
Since increased weight leads to increased inertia both accelerating and braking, you reach the point of no return along the runway slower, and thus at a lower speed.
|Quoting BoeingOnFinal (Reply 2):|
But I would assume as Starlionblue mensions here, that V1 would be lower because you need more time to hit a certain speed and to loose it again because the increased weight.
|Quoting 113312 (Reply 5):|
SlamClick is correct. V1 is called Takeoff Decision Speed but it really is Go-Or-Stop DECIDED speed.
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