You’re en route to Europe on a trip that will involve multiple destinations before returning home. You have your oceanic clearance and have just passed 50 West. The cockpit conversation turns to contingency planning. Although you had, pre-departure, briefed ETP (Equal Time Points) for loss of engine or pressurization, you and your fellow pilot take time to review offset procedures in the unlikely circumstance you are forced to respond to one of a number of possible emergency ...


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