How To Handle An Engine Failure During Takeoff: V1, Vr, and V2

  • Am Vor 2 years

    BoldmethodBoldmethod

    When you're flying a single or light twin aircraft, your go/no-go decision is pretty simple during takeoff. But jet aircraft takeoffs are different. Your decision is based on a V-speed: V1.

    Here's how V1, Vr, and V2 are used for takeoffs every day.







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Alpenglow123
Alpenglow123

7:06 Pay close attention to this.

Vor 2 Monate
Ethan Campbell
Ethan Campbell

Excellent, excellent video!

Vor 4 Monate
bz mouse
bz mouse

Fabulous Video and explanation. Beyond professional - love it!

Vor 5 Monate
rybaxs
rybaxs

this is REAL video OMG

Vor 8 Monate
Matt Dickens
Matt Dickens

Well put together w great graphics. Clear and concise. Nice job.

Vor 8 Monate
Regular Guy
Regular Guy

I just hope the folks are still working. I live near Orlando and the skies that are usually packed with aircraft have been empty all year.

Vor 9 Monate
klarque420
klarque420

My god, who is the first officer? she is BEAUTIFUL

Vor 9 Monate
ALV2500
ALV2500

Be careful! This information is incorrect! A 35ft screen height OEI is ONLY assured when runway is dry!!!

Vor 11 Monate
Gaven
Gaven

That moment when you realize you really have to look to tell if what your watching is real life or MFS 2020

Vor year
Josua Erwin
Josua Erwin

great video

Vor year
André B. Saba
André B. Saba

Brazillian Aircraft !

Vor year
bcuyreuize
bcuyreuize

Great content guys, video is well edited, love the the visuals Keep it up

Vor year
The Commentator
The Commentator

Fantastic production quality and explanations!

Vor year
gernblanston99
gernblanston99

This has NOTHING to do with Part 91 -vs- Part 121. Part 91 operations in Part 25 airplanes DO require balanced field calculations.

Vor year
MyTech
MyTech

Calculating normal takeoff is a great example of pure bureaucratic inefficiency. How could accelerate-go ever be shorter than a normal all engine takeoff? Accelerate to v1 is the same for all 3 cases, and an engine out will always reduce acceleration and climb performance after v1 thus requiring more distance to the 35ft clearance height. I find it humorous that airlines contract with outside companies send in all the gross weight and weather data calculate v1 and transmit the answer back, as if it requires a reserved block of time on an IBM Power mainframe. This isn't protein folding, the smallest onboard embedded microprocessors can do these calculations and without network outage problems. Why not have the FMS calculate v1?

Vor year
News that matter
News that matter

I was informed that if your in a twin prop loosing a single engine means you loose more than just half your power, you loose performance and your now carrying dead weight on the wing of a plane with only 1 single engine. I dont care still. I'd rather have 2 engine s

Vor 2 years
MyTech
MyTech

Yeah sort of like that, though in many planes normal takeoff power is not 100% max power so you do have a little extra to give the remaining engine. Small twins are generally known for rather gutless single engine performance, which is more about saving costs both up front and on fuel; and the designers assume that maybe 10% of flights in that type will really be using significant payload capacity, 90% will be running light. Commercial size aircraft on the other hand are rarely flown light as they would loose money, so they are designed assuming they will be near full 90% of the time and thus have a bit more engine headroom.

Vor year
SSaugaCriss
SSaugaCriss

excellent vid; sub!

Vor 2 years
SSaugaCriss
SSaugaCriss

toga is norm t/o at brickyard? no flex?

Vor 2 years
UnbeatenPath1
UnbeatenPath1

We program a flex number in the MCDU. When we put the thrust levers at TO/GA FADEC sets that flex number

Vor 11 Monate
SSaugaCriss
SSaugaCriss

@GLX 1 'toga set' must of been for these filming purposes.

Vor year
GLX 1
GLX 1

SSaugaCriss Flex TO is the norm at Republic.

Vor year
Windshear Ahead
Windshear Ahead

from the thumbnail and 0:01 i didn’t know if this was real or fake lol.

Vor 2 years
Alfred White
Alfred White

Great video! Found it very helpful.

Vor 2 years
Tenzack YOGI
Tenzack YOGI

V1 is sweet spot. And that decide to fly or no fly.

Vor 2 years
Gienne Q
Gienne Q

Great video! Thank you guys! Keep it coming I have my airline interviews coming up soon.

Vor 2 years
Windtee
Windtee

As GA pilots, we should take aircraft-ops and calcs a wee bit more seriously.

Vor 2 years
George Haeh
George Haeh

Terrific presentation and fantastic visuals.

Vor 2 years
Marcus LeeP
Marcus LeeP

Thank you...

Vor 2 years
Flying Meatball
Flying Meatball

Great video !

Vor 2 years
Michael Carrier
Michael Carrier

I love the video, thank you.

Vor 2 years
Harry Singh
Harry Singh

Another great video. Best aviation channel on YouTube!

Vor 2 years
Brett Davies
Brett Davies

Where did guys come up with the name Boldmethod?

Vor 2 years
Shane T
Shane T

Great video

Vor 2 years
LUpilot2012
LUpilot2012

Who’s operating 170’s with HUDs?

Vor 2 years
MyTech
MyTech

Horizon (AlaskaAir group) uses HUDs and all the fancy RNP stuff including several custom designed proprietary approaches.(In fact Delta tried to sue for use of the approaches because they couldn't get into a number of locations in bad weather but lost because all the design work was privately funded by Alaska group) Horizon Q400s meet the tightest RNP standards the 170s are a notch down. The company flys up some s-curved valleys in the mountains and serves places with a lot of IMC.

Vor year
john leininger
john leininger

Wonder if it's an after effects overlay

Vor 2 years
ccubsfan94
ccubsfan94

Scott King I’m curious as to why this specific plane has one then

Vor 2 years
ccubsfan94
ccubsfan94

@Blake Rogers Is Republic operating 170s with HUDs in them?

Vor 2 years
ccubsfan94
ccubsfan94

@Blake Rogers I'm curious as to why I feel like such a dumbass right now. I only based it off rumor and speculation.

Vor 2 years
Isaac A
Isaac A

Absolutely phenomenal content.

Vor 2 years
Dihemis Santos
Dihemis Santos

Nicely done.

Vor 2 years
christopher berg
christopher berg

Keeps me Sharp. All the Best.

Vor 2 years
QoTSA Covers
QoTSA Covers

Thank you so much

Vor 2 years
Uncle Ned
Uncle Ned

Nice clear explanation. Good work! I really appreciate how you show professional behaviour in the cockpit. Short, clear communication between pilot and co pilot. You both knew exactly what you and the other person were doing. Stuff like that is why flying is the safest mode of transport

Vor 2 years
Keffelew Assefa
Keffelew Assefa

Thank you, you made it clear and simple.

Vor 2 years

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