That's an easy one. You multiply the taxi speed of a Southwest 737 (40-60 knots at most airports, maybe V1 minus 5 knots if its the last leg) and divide it by the square root of how many drinks the cockpit crew had at the bar the night before.How much crosswind are you guys allowed? Also, how do you factor the gusts?
Thanks!
yeah the new calculations here are stupid. Watched a guy plant it on hard while the auto throttles "handled it"Is that with or without your AT's?
For FL the autothrottles take the gust, when going manual you do the fancy calculations.
How can you not grease a 73 on everytime, it is the easiest airplane ever built to land.yeah the new calculations here are stupid. Watched a guy plant it on hard while the auto throttles "handled it"
because I am on the 717How can you not grease a 73 on everytime, it is the easiest airplane ever built to land.
CLASSIC!That's an easy one. You multiply the taxi speed of a Southwest 737 (40-60 knots at most airports, maybe V1 minus 5 knots if its the last leg) and divide it by the square root of how many drinks the cockpit crew had at the bar the night before.
How can you not grease a 73 on everytime, it is the easiest airplane ever built to land.