I haven't seen a civilian airliner doing them exactly like in Fred; I'm pretty sure the controllers at JFK
would be a little ticked by someone spending an extra 25 sec on the runway with engines at TRT. Although on really short runways like LGA
, I've seen various implementations of the 'standing' technique in civilian airplanes (although I don't think the power is all the way up at brake release). When I was flying Part 121, we only had a "reduced" or "Max" thrust takeoff options, with flaps at either 10 or 20. They were both performed in the same way--you'd hold the brakes while running the EPRs up to about 1.1 and then release the brakes as you push the thrust levers up.
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