landing roll


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landing roll

The distance an aircraft travels on the ground after touchdown to the point where it can be stopped or exit to the taxiway. Also called a landing run.
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and flaps up Initial Approach Flaps in first detent and RC [less than or equal to] 0, in air Mid Approach Flaps in second detent and RC [less than or equal to] 0, in air Final Approach Flaps in third detent, in air Landing Roll [t.
It is probable that the starboard wing of the Boeing 757 passed over the ride-on mower during the landing roll.
With full dry power selected on both engines throughout the landing roll, there was thus a considerable forward component of thrust, and the pilot was unable to stop the aircraft before it overran the runway end.
It notes: "During the landing roll the pilot lost control of the aircraft and departed the runway.
John Horne, managing director for Sheffield Airport, said: 'Shortly after touching down on the landing roll, the aircraft slewed up the runway andonto the grass and came to rest there quite safely.
Any attempted landing on a Burbank runway could spell disaster, given the terminal's proximity to relatively short active runways, and a potentially non-steerable aircraft on a landing roll.
During the landing roll, the airplane veered to the right.
A bird strike is defined as a collision between a bird and aircraft which is in flight or on takeoff or landing roll.
Wilson said that the right brake failed during the landing roll.
In many tailwheel airplanes, much of the runway surface is invisible during much of the takeoff and landing roll, increasing the risk of hitting something that will disable the airplane.
Though not a contributing factor to this incident, ready-room discussions reveal a split among pilots as to whether they routinely use the speed brake during landing roll out.