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    CARLOS
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    LANDINEZ
  1. We have had problems with the main landing gears in our C 130 B /H. I would like to know about the maximum landing weight. (118.000 for B and 130.000 for H models). Basically my question is if you normally operate with mo tham those weights during landing with the 300 ft/min restriction or you never operate aboves this numbers but in an emergency........
  2. YES I UNDERSTAND THE IDEA BUT I CAN NOT UNDERSTAND WHY WITH THE SAME CONDITIONS AN AIRPLANE IN ONE CHART NEEDS 4000 FT (BALANCED) TO ACELERATED TO VCFE AND STOP IN THAT DISTANCE(4000 ft) ON THE OTHER HAND (unbalanced) THE SAME PLANE WOULD NEED 4500 ft TO ACELERATED AND STOP. IT IS SOMETHING ABOUT THE SPEEDS THEY USE.????
  3. Somebody could help me to understand why I have to check the CFL Balanced and CFL Unbalanced charts and use the higher value. ( assuming CFL is < than runway available). I am a little bit confused trying to understand the concept. Thanks CARLOS LANDINEZ COLOMBIAN AIR FORCE
  4. THANKS ALL YOU GUYS FOR THE INFO.......I GOING TO CHECK WITH MAINTENANCE ABOUT THE ENGINES AND ITS EFFICIENCY.
  5. I AM A LT COL IN THE COLOMBIAN AIR FORCE. I JUST FINISHED MY INITIAL COPILOT TRAINING IN THE C130. I HAVE A QUESTION THA NOBODY HAS BEEN ABLE TO ANSWER: WHAT DOES AN 100, 98 OR 95 % ENGINE MEAN???? HOW DO I KNOW IF MY ENGINE IS IN THE 100. 98 OR 95%???? THANKS IN ADVANCE LT COL CARLOS LANDINEZ
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