Re: Engine shutdown on an A340

From:         onat@turbine.kuee.kyoto-u.ac.jp (Onat Ahmet)
Organization: Dept. of Electr., Kyoto Univ., Japan
Date:         21 May 96 11:10:52 
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In article <airliners.1996.712@ohare.Chicago.COM>
bradg@io.org writes:

<previous Q&A deleted>
>>
>> Actually the Aural warning for an engine fire and other things are inhibited
>> during the T/O phase of flight.  The reason for this is the pilot has many
>> other things to worry about the fire can wait.  The pilots first priority is
>> ALWAYS to FLY THE PLANE first. Fires can be dealt with later.

But does not the fire render the plane more unflyable the more it is
allowed to burn?

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