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jetdrvr1
Is there an echo in here?
preacher1
Glass is nice but I sure do like that bank of steam guages.LOL
ExCalbr
It takes two people to push the throttles?
jetdrvr1
The engineer always backs up the pilot flying on the throttles. Safety procedure.
ExCalbr
Thanks. I had no idea. Makes sense.
dbrooks84
Neat video. Only thing I wonder about the 800 meters to lift off. Watching the video, I would think it was more like 1500-1700 meters.
preacher1
David, just FYI, that's 800 METERS, not feet. That's roughly 2400'.
spiritair97
do you know what airline that was?
Kawaiipoint2
http://jetphotos.net/showphotos.php?regsearch=G-MKEA&view=true

^pictures of the aircraft in the video. G-MKEA
EmeraldRocket
Terrific video. THAT is why we fly. Love taking off IFR and climbing above the clouds. It never gets old. Thanks Max.
jetdrvr1
Yeah, that's about the only way you're gonna see the sun west of the Alps in the winter.
preacher1
Ain't nothing better!!!!!!
jetdrvr1
@Victor...the FE always backs up the PF on the throttles. Always. It only takes one guy to shove them up.
sheka
neat video
zennermd
zennermd 0
beautiful view after breaking through the overcast. Cool video.
jetdrvr1
And trims the thrust across the gauges, as well. If you look, he has his own set of throttles.
BlutiG
Great, though I'm surprised the carrier allowed it to be filmed; most don't!

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