When I last flew the A380, I consulted the official Airbus manual for the landing speed, which was 138 with flaps full and trim. Nevertheless, when I disengaged the AP, the plane went down and crashed. Could anyone address this issue? Thanks. I guess it’s just because of the old physics.
Yeah it’s probably the old physics, hope the A380 gets a rework soon
Yes, because it is an old model and the physics haven’t been reworked yet.
Of course!! I hope… 21.3 or 22.1.
Just wondering, when did you disengage AP?
Agreed. That’s why, even though it’s one of my favorite planes, I seldom fly it. What a pity!!
1000 ft, full flaps. 138 knots.
Wait did u even calibrate?
I DID. I even used trim.
Well u should edit that in. And second were u under MLW?
Yes. Way under MLW.
300, vs MLW of 394.
The 138 is for MLW, so I reckon it should be about 135 IRL.
Yes the A380 has bad physics. I would suggest voting in A380 rework.
As for the A380 speed you can still use it’s manual but I would suggest taking a look here. It’s quite helpful.
I know you calibrated but are you sure your device was not tilted down? This could be the result.
I’ve noticed a similar thing.
Perhaps good to vote for the rework on this beauty?
90 deg upright. No doubt.
Of course! Did you vote? I did.
I tried to land an A380 but it happened to me before when I first tried it 😂
Sounds like it’s just bad physics then.