Please let me know what is wrong.
Hey, could you try to be more specific, for example, the weight, the altitude, the speed? So we can help a bit
hi, it is possible you are too heavy for the speed you are going at
once when I was still learning I was told by ATC to not exceed 180knts and when I went to 180knts I stalled because I was too heavy and I was going too slow that I couldn’t stay in the air
@Patricksammonyt1 What was your altitude, weight and speed at the time you stalled?
With flaps to 5/15 degrees depending on how heavy you were then you shouldnt have stalled.
This has happened to me before while taking off from LAX, the three min reasons are your aircraft is too heavy, you have too steep of a pitch, or your speed is too low.
I know, I was still learning then and I make sure I use fpltoif.com to find my weight so that won’t happen again.
try lower your alitude?
I have no idea what your weight,speed and altitude are but here are some recommendations:
-Try not to fly too high. If you are at a certain altitude and you throttle is at 92% power then its best to cruise at that altitude and only continue if your throttle is at maybe 70 to 80% power
-Cruise at 320kts/M0.84/.85/.86. These are the cruising speeds I use for the 777 and other big aircraft. If you cruise too slow you may stall out. Also, I do not recommend cruising 1kt above the red overspeed line.
-Try rotating at 160 to 180kts(Yes its quite fast but I rather stay safe than stall out)
-When taking off, from ground to 1000ft,hold your nose at 15 degrees. After 1000ft, lower it to 12.5 or 10 degrees(Whichever works as long as you are gaining speed)
-Try maintaining your speed at 230/240kts
I hope I got what your meaning behind this topic is because it took me a while to write it all out lol
Sorry for the late reply, around 250knots and 25000 ft
Yes you did, thank you
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