From: Arnold@reedycreek.stanford.edu (Arnold Tang) Organization: Stanford University Graduate School of Business Date: 20 Jul 96 15:56:07 References: 1 2 Followups: 1
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In article <airliners.1996.1285@ohare.Chicago.COM>, turbulence1 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > What i know about AF747 mishaps in GIG is that it has something to do with the > reverse. Curious--any 747 pilots out there--if an asymmetrical reverser condition on landing, what is the standard recovery procedure? Is it to mirror the asymmetry by throttling only two engines, or by asymettrical throttling? A pilot friend reminds me that asymmetrical thrust on takeoff and landing is absolutely deadly. I didn't know the lost AF747 was possibly a result of thrust asymmetry; it sounds a lot more serious than earlier descriptions on the net as a mere overrun.