What is the procedure for a dual engine failure in an Airbus A320 (perhaps a large bird strike, since these engines only tolerate medium birds) at a very low altitude, shortly after takeoff (approx 1,000 ft)? Additionally, will any procedure realistically save an aircraft in such a scenario?
Every pilot is taught that in an emergency you fly the plane first and everything else is secondary. Aviate, then communicate. At 1,000 ft there's not going to be much you can do other than figure out how to try to get back down in as few pieces as possible. If you have done your pre-flight planning correctly, long before you line up on the runway you have already thought of what you will do if you find yourself in such a scenario, and discussed it with your FO so you are both on the same page.