T/Rs Have Direct Influence On Safety And Operating Costs

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When a thrust reverser (T/R) doesn’t behave as intended, such as deploying during the takeoff roll or failing to deploy during a landing roll on a contaminated runway of minimal length, the situation instantly requires a pilot’s quick and correct reaction during a crucial phase of flight with thin...

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