This video explores the takeoff performance planning requirements on a wet runway. It explains unique certification differences for those airplanes with part 25 wet runway takeoff distance and wet runway V1 data. It also shows why the wet runway takeoff distance requirements may not always be the most limiting condition when taking off from a wet runway. Once again, it cautions against sole reliance on FMS generated performance data.

Run time: 9:09

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