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Question Aircraft documentation
I would like to ask,hope somebody knows that...
All default,and many payware planes have a lot of documentation,like check lists,reference speed and so on. I'm trying for months to find these for Thomas Ruth A330/340,and many other planes,but still nothing. So,does anybody know where to find it?
Thanks a lot in advance.
Well, I often use wikipedia for cruise speed/altitude.
I hope this helps for the rest..
ALSO check what FSX says for max fuel/gross-weight against wikipedia, as what's on there tends to be accurate. IF FSX isn't the same that's a very easy fix
The main problem and a pain in the..... is this,when flying,when you approach the vne,or stall speed,the IAS tape gets red. Not on TR A330/340. Due to that,I have no clue where the STALL speed of thing is,i can only guess. The checklist it self is not giving that information,not a single one I found.
I was able to dig out the CLS A340 docs ...but I seriously doubt that's the same as with TR A340.
well honestly...I go by what I can find for the real bird.....
like in the 747 (no matter which one), I tend to do 245 below 10K on climb-out, then set autothrottle to whatever the cruise speed is in IAS, final approach I tend to do at 135 ias
the stall speed is actually easy to find out! it's in the aircraft.cfg file
After some search around the You Tube,I was able to find out some thing..
A340-600 ,approach speed 160-170 kts,with the stall speed being just below 160 kts,which is one big woow ....No wonder I had such a hard time to land this thing. Smaller A340s...my best guess,5-10 kts lower speed,but still quite fast.
Does anyone have more info on this?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks a lot man. I was not able to get it from that site,no way I going to pay for it. But,I was able to dig it out somewhere else. Anyway,one big,big thanks. I was not aware of this document at all.
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