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Old 3rd Aug 2007, 06:46
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AlexL
 
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Essex
Age: 50
Posts: 118
Originally Posted by nigel on draft
On my 757 the thrust is NEVER anything other than the TL position.
On the 757s I flew, if the engine failed, the TL did not retard itself, so mine must have been different to yours
yes of course you are quite correct. I was referring to 'normal' operations. obviously there are failure cases on both makes that change the ball game.
However I still make the point, that in normal ops the 757 (and all other boeings?) the thrust lever matches the actual thrust delivered at any point n time, whereas on the airbus it doesn't.
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