Old Jan 19, 15, 11:56 am
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Originally Posted by PropClear View Post
Then you're having to rely on the crew knowing what their V1 is on every different runway (plus weather conditions, altitude, etc). Prolly a lot safer giving them one number, knowing that while scary, taking off above that speed has been tested extensively and can get them back around to land.
And for the aftermath of poor-decision making by the pilots and subsequent crash after V1, see:


They aborted the takeoff after the plane was airborne.
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