Re: Canadian 757 out of fuel incident?

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Date:         29 Jun 94 09:31:54 
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The aircraft is question was a 767-200. It landed at a car drag-strip
shortly after racing ended. The aircraft's nose gear collapsed on

RE: hydraulics failing. The 757 and 767 both have Ram Air Turbines
(RAT). This is a propellor-driven hydraulic pump (center system)
mounted on the end of an arm that automatically extends from the
belly of the airplane in the event of an engine failure (less than
50% N2 both engines and greater than 80 kts).