Did you ever wonder how low to the ground you could be after takeoff and lose all engines and still be able to land on the runway you took off from, opposite direction? Me too.
I imagine the most realistic scenario is that you've got a bad load of gas to make both engines quit at the same time, that means no APU either. I've tried this in every simulator I've flown for quite some time and have come to a few conclusions . . .
I've only tried this once in the G450 simulator and it worked, but we had too much margin built in. We failed both engines at 2,000' and ended up at 1,000' rolled out on final. (That's why I think we can do this with an engine loss at 1,000' AGL.) If you try this, please let me know how it went. (Contact "Eddie" below.)
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