Is it me, or is it the mooney bravo that provides damn bad sight over the front panel therewith limiting runway sight at landing badly?
I took a 738 at Darmstadt AAF (Z11N - I think) and performed a full flaps, full thrust (110%N1) (spooling up with appield brakes) takeoff with full pax but only 35% fuel load take-off and did manage to get of the ground close to the end of the VERY short runway (3000feet?!).
Is that the proper technique to take-off from very short fields?
Is this runway perfomance realistic?
I made a left 180 and returned to Darmstadt AAF landing the 738 using maybe only half of the runway with approach speed near 140kts, full flaps, spoilers and full thrust reverser...
is a that realistic?