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Takeoff and Landing on Wet, Contaminated, And Slippery Runways

Takeoff and Landing on Wet, Contaminated, And Slippery Runways

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Flight Safety, landing and takeoff performance
slippery / contaminated runways
Flight Safety, landing and takeoff performance
slippery / contaminated runways

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Published by: stanchell on Dec 12, 2011
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FLIGHTOPERATIONSENGINEERING
Takeoff/Landing on Wet,Contaminated andSlippery Runways
Paul Giesman
Performance Engineering Operations
Boeing Commercial AirplanesJanuary 2005
 
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Contaminated and Slippery Runways
“I glanced at the air speed indicator and saw it registered 105 knots and was flickering. When it reached 117 knots I called out`V1‘[Velocity One, the point on the runway after which it isn’t safe to abandon take-off]. Suddenly the needle dropped toabout 112 and then 105. Ken shouted, `Christ, we can‘t make it’and I looked up from the instruments to see a lot of snow anda house and a tree right in the path of the aircraft”.Inside the passengerscompartment Bill Foulkeshad sensed that something was wrong:“There was a lot of slush flying past the windows and there was aterrible noise, like when a car leaves a smooth road andstarts to run over rough ground”.The Elizabethan left the runway, went through a fence and crossed a road before the port wingstrucka house. The wing andpart of the tail were torn off and the house caught fire. The cockpit struck a tree and the starboard side of the fuselage hit awooden hut containing a truck loaded with fuel and tyres. This exploded.
 
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Contaminated and Slippery Runways
At 3:57 the crew set the airspeed bug settings to 138knots for V
1
, 140 knots for V
R
and 144 knots for V
2
.The FO asked the captain, “There’s slush on therunway—do you want me to do anything special forthis or just go for it?”The captain replied, “Unless you’ve got somethingspecial you’d like to do.”The FO then said, “Unless just take off the nosewheelearly like a soft-field takeoff or something. I’ll justtake the nosewheeloff and then we’ll let it fly off.”
Air Florida, Palm 90 cockpit voice recorder, Jan. 13, 1982

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