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Not enough TO power ATR72-600

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On 9/7/2023 at 4:52 AM, AJZip said:

I'm probably wrong, but my understanding is that TO is a bit like a TOGA setting on a jet - it gives you everything...but shouldn't be maintained for long.  Then MCT eases back a touch but still gives maximum sustainable power in a climb

Other way around: MCT is for emergencies basically. I’ve never used it. I use TO power for TO and then switch to Climb once airborne. O fly out of sea level airports at high temps all the time, no problems. Which should be the case. You should see any difficulty in taking off out of higher elevation airports, not at sea level. 

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6 hours ago, Jeff D said:

Thank you so much for your help.


4 hours ago, -Belga- said:

I hope the passengers didn't mind to be cut in half... <scnr>




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Its from all those peanuts on board.

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