Re: "Crooked 737s?"

Date:         01 Dec 96 04:08:56 
From:         ei7gm@iol.ie (Paul Kearney)
Organization: Ireland On-Line
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mikem727@aol.com (MikeM727) wrote:

: Like you say, shutting down one engine while rolling into the gate is a
: little different that taxiing around on one engine.  So much extra thrust
: is required to get the thing moving, that much of the advantage is lost at
: heavy weights.  Also depends how long the line is for takeoff.

Out of curiousity
Is there a HUGE difference in the  yaw when operating on one engine
on a 737 to a 727  ( given where the engines are )
or does the rudder counter-act the force pulling the nose around
so that it might appear to be similar ?

: Props are for boats!

What are   "b o a t s" ? !


Regards all.
Fixer not a Flyer