Bill Bridges - 9S1
(Top Gun)
11/08/17 12:22 PM
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Into KBZN



A cool morning in KBZN. Yesterday was KDFW-KBZN-CYVR-PAJN-KDFW. It was CAFB everywhere but KBZN.

SPECI KBZN 071748Z 00000KT 2SM BR SCT002 M17/M17 A3039 RMK
AO2 T11671167 $

Bill



Reams Goodloe
(Top Gun)
11/08/17 01:54 PM
Re: Into KBZN

Nothing like a good winter day in Belgrade Montana....<g>
Except going up to Bridger or down to Big Sky for some white out action...
- Reams-


sreyoB yrraL
(AVSIG Member)
11/08/17 10:26 PM
Re: Into KBZN

You really should bump your autobrake setting up a couple of notches...

Bill Bridges - 9S1
(Top Gun)
11/08/17 10:35 PM
Re: Into KBZN

Quote:

You really should bump your autobrake setting up a couple of notches...




What determines where I should set the autobrake?

Bill


sreyoB yrraL
(AVSIG Member)
11/09/17 09:13 AM
Re: Into KBZN

Quote:

What determines where I should set the autobrake?



Runway available and all of the factors which affect stopping distance required.

In this case, what were the field conditions? From the visuals, I'm not confident that the runway (8994') is dry. Brakes 1, which you have set, produces very long landing rolls. So long, in fact, that we are not allowed to use it. Brakes 2 is the minimum. 8994' at that field elevation is not a long runway. Unless it is dry, and you're pretty light, I'd go with Brakes 3. If braking action is less than Good I'd go with Max.


Jeff Hartmann CIC
(Top Gun)
11/09/17 12:56 PM
Re: Into KBZN

I have had that view several times over the last three years.

I set my toes for braking, to turn off at Arlin's ... :-)


sreyoB yrraL
(AVSIG Member)
11/10/17 09:56 AM
Re: Into KBZN

I sent you a landing data message for BZN via email.

Bill Bridges - 9S1
(Top Gun)
11/10/17 03:41 PM
Re: Into KBZN

Quote:

I sent you a landing data message for BZN via email.




Got it thanks. :))

Bill



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