|Quoting Bri2k1 (Reply 2):|
If you can land in 200 and 1/4, but the weather is below that, should you be taking off in the first place?
|Quoting Mir (Reply 1):|
If you can't meet the climb requirements for the SID with an engine out, don't depart. Either take some weight off, wait for lower temperatures, etc. That solves most of the problems right there.
|Quoting Miller22 (Reply 9):|
It's my understanding that the escape procedures are carrier and aircraft specific. Is this the case?
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