Date: 23 May 97 09:03:30 From: (Ragamuffin) Organization: MindSpring Enterprises References: 1 2 3
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On 17 May 97 15:15:47 , firstname.lastname@example.org (Louis A. Ramsay) wrote: > We used to pride ourselves on being able to "turn" a plane that >was stopping for fuel with less than ten minutes block time. Seaboard- >World's Operations Manual specified the plane must remain on the blocks >for at least one hour after landing at near max landing weight. That >requirement ruined our "block-times" for fuel stops, but SW pilots were >certain the brakes were cooled down before starting to taxi out. How long would it take for the brakes to cool down on average?