|Quoting Fabo (Reply 1):|
Anyway arent operators supposed to calculate every landing/takeoff, at least on dry surface, without reversers?
|Quoting tdscanuck (Reply 2):|
However, the 737 is an oddball in being one of the few aircraft to certify the *wet* performance including reverse thrust. That's not normal. Since they did that, you need to correct the wet performance numbers if you have an inop reverser.
|Quoting smartt1982 (Reply 4):|
So other aircraft eg 757/767/777 etc all were certified on wet runways without having to use thrust reversers? How come it was differnet for the 737?
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