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S1

Go/No-Go Speed

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What is committed at indicated air speeds at or above s1? The takeoff is committed at indicated air speeds at or above S1.
If an engine failure occurs prior to obtaining S1 and action is taken to stop the aircraft before obtaining S1, what capability is assured? If an engine failure occurs prior to obtaining S1 and action is taken to stop the aircraft before obtaining S1, takeoff abort capability is assured.
when and what must be equal to or greater than the higher of ground minimum control speed or critical engine speed failure. In take-off planning, S1 is equal to or greater than the higher of ground minimum control speed or critical engine failure speed.
What three things must S1 not be higher than the lowest of? However, S1 must not be higher than the lowest of refusal speed, rotation speed, or maximum braking speed.
If S1 is higher than the lowest of refusal speed, rotation speed, or maximum braking speed... what do you do? If it is higher, the take-off weight must be reduced until this requirement is met
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