How would I be able to successfully and correctly execute a rejected takeoff? If there was ATC present, would executing a rejected takeoff be different than if there wasn’t any? I’ve seen other people try to do rejected takeoffs and get warned by ATC, and since I always forget to do stuff like check fuel and close the captain’s window, learning how to do a rejected takeoff would be very beneficial to me.
So if I was told to reject a takeoff first I would stop my takeoff power and I would start to break and reverse trust and I would find a taxi to exit to the runway and taxi back to the runway.
I hope this helps :)
But then what should I tell ATC after I exit the runway?
You shouldn’t tell ATC anything they can see you exit the runway after you reject a takeoff and you will be able to taxi back to the runway and takeoff again (if ATC clears you to takeoff)
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