thrust lever


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thrust lever

The power lever or throttle(s) of a jet engine. See throttle friction nut.
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About 30 seconds later he moved the thrust levers half way.
Subsequent investigation reveals the Airbus crew advanced its thrust levers for a go-around when the airplane was about 85 feet above the taxiway; the minimum altitude recorded on the FDR once the go-around was initiated was 59 feet agl.
The incident pilots advanced the thrust levers when the airplane was about 85 feet above the ground, the NTSB said, and the A320 descended as low as 59 feet above the ground.
A mouse is used to move thrust levers and switches.
we are okay." I rolled wings level while relaxing back stick pressure and simultaneously advancing the thrust levers while directing the 2P to set our altitude to 5,000 feet.