What's that smell?
Far be it from me to dispute a press release that carries more spin than their engines..... but
"a significant thrust asymmetry (not a fault of the engines or the design but of an asymmetric idle thrust setting) that resulted in a large yaw upon power-up "
So it didn't yaw when pulled back to idle during the landing flare? "Power-up" is above idle so why would it yaw due to "idle thrust setting" then?
"Both rudders were lightly scraped (less than ¼ inch of material) while recovering from this asymmetry. "
Dinking the tail is a pitch event, not a yaw event. Both rudders? So it was parallel to the ground at the time.
Well it so happens that I had a multi-engine rating yet I recognise nothing in the press release that fits with the theory or my experience.
Shall we put it down to their talkdroid just not understanding the situation?