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I would like to give you all some more information regarding the different approach speeds for the airplanes most of you fly in IF. There are a few different categories for airplanes regarding their approach speeds and they are as follows:.
Category A: Speed 90 knots or less. Category B: Between 91 and knots. Category C: Between and knots. Category E contains only certain Military Aircraft. For example, Seattle-Tacoma Airport requires a speed of kts or greater until about 5 miles from the threshold, after which the plane can slow to its final approach speed.
I am sure other airports have the similar requirements. Multiple factors like; weight, weather, air foil type, altitude, Air Density etc. Airbus for example and many other manufactures includes a computer program and sensor system in the avionics package that weighs the loaded airframe, considers weather etc.
Wanna know the V for an IF aircraft there built out by the deveripers to mirror the real deal down load the POH for the Type you fly from the Web, cut and paste the V chart and file it for future ref. Max Sends. This is a fairly typical approach profile with speeds, flaps, and gear deployment shown. There are also different approach profiles like a low drag approach as Ryanair often use which differs as you maintain Flaps 5 kts until 4 miles, then do Gear Down, Flaps 15, Arm Speedbrake, kts, and only do final configuration of Landing Flaps and VAPP around ft RA.
The aim with the shown approach is to be stabilised by ft RA, with stabilised approach criteria being:. Very nice post. Hope people learn. I was tower saw guy doing kts 8. Guy in front of him was doing kts gear down. Surprisingly he did within 2mil from to speed break!!! Poeple should start to realise its simulator not a game.
And your action affect others. Your reply is very good up to the part where you start with the numbers. Third: Above This only happens when you are way higher, as you can see in the chart above for example If you want to talk about other stuff make a different post and lets start it there as my post is for educational purposes. Bcos of its wing size…. Yes, so my posts above relate to a as that is what I am very familiar with. Interesting to hear the A can actually be relatively low.
Your knowledge is the Fleglings guidebook. Warm Regards to all who posted here. Appears you have Line Pub access. And what speed should you be at about 15 nautical miles Usually where I turn from base to finals? And about what speed should I be rotating at 50 load in a widebody? Starting with takeoff, the new designs in capturing and controlling airflow over the wing and thru the engine have increased vertical speed capability by up to 10, feet per minute under right conditions and lowered speed on landing to add little as … Of course these are all conditional, not typical.
There is also less dramatic flare upon landing because of the improvement in wingform. Approach Speeds Explained Tutorials. Hi all, I would like to give you all some more information regarding the different approach speeds for the airplanes most of you fly in IF.
There are a few different categories for airplanes regarding their approach speeds and they are as follows: Category A: Speed 90 knots or less. List of landing speeds for airbus and boeings. Calculating takeoff, cruising and landing speeds in Infinite Flight? Landing Questions. A take off - landing tips. More information about aircraft. Airbus A Approach Phase. What's the best way to get started with Live?
Plane moves to a side when landing manually. Avrg landing speed and altitude? How to read an approach chart..? Explaining Each Display Function. Getting the grips of Infinite Flight! At which distance from the threshold do you consider to be approach? Good point, thanks! Approach Speed.
Higher rates of climb, up to 2, ft. This POH specifies a climb rate instead to give you, the pilot in command, a guide to climb performance of this aircraft. How to use flaps in the right airspeed Tutorial. When would you put full flaps down. Airbus A Tutorial. B Tutorial Infinite Flight Beginners. Help with the basics, part 2.
Dear Maxmustang, Your reply is very good up to the part where you start with the numbers. Happy Flying. This post was flagged by the community and is temporarily hidden.
This was very helpful thanks for the info.
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