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All engine vs single engine separtures

My current company has us retract the flaps at 400 ft AGL, yet looking at our single engine performance data, each runway has a specific acceleration height that is often much higher than that. The way it was explained to me is that we only need to use the single engine acceleration height if an engine fails at V1.

Beyond the CRM nightmare of ensuring we both remember to switch our minds from the two-engine acceleration height to the single engine acceleration height, since we only have performance information for a two-engine takeoff and a single engine takeoff, if we lost an engine after V1, but before the single engine acceleration height, we are in unknown territory. To me the solution is to just use the single engine acceleration height as our two engine acceleration height.

This would require a major redo of you SOPs, so before I propose it, what do you think? Am I missing a simpler solution? Is this even an issue?

http://www.airlinepilotforums.com/technical/88021-all-engine-vs-single-engine-separtures.html

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