VFTO

V1 for flexible takeoff (i.e., a takeoff with weight less than the maximum takeoff weight and in which less than the maximum power is selected for takeoff, factored for full power in the event one engine fails at the reduced rating). See also V1 .

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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