Yeah, as I said I rarely use TOGA.
Is it okay to do a full or high powered takeoff if the airport is hot, high, or you’re aircraft is heavy
Factors why pilots use TOGA on Takeoff
Weight of the aircraft
We you go into the future👀👀
TNCA is 9000ft of runway and B737-900 needs 7500ft of runway, and when you add a full flight kinda makes why they used it.
Just use your own judgement and definitely 95-100 percent throttle is used in some instances
@lucaviness I see you with the SNA video, very nice, very nice, very, very nice.
If you want to see me executing the takeoff in IF, check out my IFATC At Home thread.
We weren’t trying to be mean, we were just nicely correcting you.
Yo I have never flown in or out fo SNA and I feel like I’m totally missing out so I will definitely stop by
You made no mistake Philippe! You had knowledge and you shared it. That’s what counts! Everyone here is learning every day from all the wonderful people on this forum!
Hi @StormyAviation the below link should help
Bit strange of you to put emphasis on ‘never’ and then contradict yourself 🤣
If you’re me, just do a full powered takeoff no matter the runway length of weather conditions. Much better.
Well I am trying to be realistic here.
I don’t see it as unrealistic. But then again I don’t care if I’m realistic or not. I guess the answer to your question is just do what you feel comfortable with.
You could do a static takeoff
It’s rough at full power. Way smoother at the proper N1.
Maybe, but it sounds a crap ton better.
Yeah I’m not flying for the sound effects but you do you I guess