PMDG 737 Emergency Procedures | Episode 1 | Rejected Takeoff Tutorial





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Published on Feb 15, 2012

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Comments • 69

Boris D
This may sound obvious, but from 80/100 to v1 you also abort for a config warning alarm.  And also why (the fuck) are you take off with 100% N1? thats very unrealistic. Nice video and explanaitions, thank you. 
Luke van Zyl
When you stop don't you decide what to do like taxi off runway ect. 
i thought you only evacuate if the fire doesn't extinguish after about 30 seconds... otherwise you taxi off the runway
Jesse Zakhaev
might be worth noting, as I didn't observe it in the video, when you reject a takeoff above 80KIAS even for a single engine failure you still engage the reverse thrust. I've logged almost 3000 hours in the PMDG 737. Checklists!
Jordan Rygiel
video starts at 4:50
Mahmoud Abdellatief
you never evacuate if you've an engine failure ;)
Northern Aviation
Is this Matt Davies?
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verry usefull vid :)
drummerfella 55
interesting. flaps 40, after this event and still on the runway. may i ask why? (odd guess: so people who may pop the overwing exits, can slide of the trailing edge of the wings?? never heard this one before. enlighten me please.....
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drummerfella 55
Correction for you @ 0:50 sec. in fact, NO, you wouldn't necessarily just 'abort' ( only because your below 80 kts indicated) for minor issues. i believe the saying goes, 'we only abort for Bells, Swerves', or...the Airplane Talks. meaning, if a fire or overheat bell goes off, with it's associated RED forward panel light annunciation, then....yeah. pull the handles back. or, for a "Swerve", meaning, we've lost directional control. that's about it. minor shit...nope. we go airborne
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