|Quoting cvbcbcmv (Thread starter):|
Also, for example, if your on a really long runway, and doing a lightweight takeoff, would it be possible to takeoff before hitting v1?
|Quoting longhauler (Reply 2):|
No, when the runway length is not limiting, V1 will be the same as Vr. (this is entering into a grey area, as because V1 is the same as Vr for the take-off, theoretically the aircraft will still have room to stop after V1/Vr)
|Quoting jetpilot (Reply 6):|
In the 727 V1/VR are always the same speed.
|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 4):|
I see that a lot with the CR7s and CR9s. V1 and VR is many times withing 1 or 2 knots of each other, if not the same. I don't know why that is though.
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