For apparent reason I can't tell you my airline. But is in Asia.
I personally felt sad especially after I had learnt from Airbus in France and my ops dept told me that "EOSID is not so important"
My old-school senior told me that during their days (B742), EOSID is not important
. What they would apply live in-flight if OEI, is to fly straight and climb to EO Acc Alt and clean-up and Climb to MSA.
Ya... I asked how about when you are doing your SID and you got OEI?
He told me that ATC Radar will Vector.... They trust ATC more than me...
Before I took up this job, I was ATCO in the Air Force. As ATCO, we will try our best to vector you, but we don't really know your aircraft performance. i.e. can you keep-up the climb rate, your rate of turn and so on.
My reason writing this thread is beacuse I want to find out, how many airlines really apply straight-out departure when they have OEI?
And what is the point of having performance engineer and asking them to produce RTOW charts based on only ICAO type-A chart?
Is ICAO Type-A chart sufficient?
I am angry!
I heard from Jepp that they can produce 2 kind-of obstacles data.
1. Straight-out departure obstacles
2. Throughout SIDs study