All Aircraft Take Off and Landing Speeds

All Infinite Flight Aircraft Takeoff And Landing Speeds.


Hello Infinite Flight Users!

Today I have decided to try and list you all the Aircraft Takeoff and Landing Speeds when making any flight, and in any aircraft listed in Infinite Flight. I thought there was something missing despite everyone’s gameplay. This will surely help any new people joining Infinite Flight!


Description

Please note that I have used the following to bring it into test. Little winds too. Thanks to some YouTube tutorials Infinite Flight did to help me calculate some speeds.

Mode: Solo.

Location: KLAX Runway 25R

Weather: Visibility: 35km, Wind Velocity: 10, Wind Gusts: 5kts, Turbulence: NONE, Temperature: 15C

Speed: Measured in HUD View (kts), Knots, Nautical Miles, or KIAS.

Weight And Balance: Measured with “Light”, “Normal” and “Heavy” options in the menu.

Throttle: Takeoff Light and Medium: 80%, Takeoff Heavy: 90%
Bombardier CRJ: 75%, 82% N1.
Bombardier Dash-8: 90%

Flaps:
Airbus: 1+F
Boeing: 5

Trim: I mainly use 10% when taking off all aircrafts, 20% when landing.
Bombardier CRJ: 60% on both takeoff and landing.


The List

The List here provides the information. Please correct me from any errors or mistakes when calculating Take-Off Speeds, there may be some inaccuracies.


Aircraft Takeoff (Light) Takeoff (Normal) Takeoff (Heavy) Landing (Light)
Airbus A318-100 120kts 130kts 150kts 120kts
Airbus A319-100 120kts 130kts 150kts 120kts
Airbus A320-200 125kts 135kts 155kts 120kts
Airbus A321-200 125kts 135kts 155kts 120kts
Airbus A330-200F 140kts 150kts 165kts 135kts
Airbus A330-300 140kts 150kts 165kts 135kts
Airbus A340-600 145kts 150kts 155kts 140kts
Airbus A380-800 125kts 140kts 155kts 140kts
Boeing 717-200 125kts 130kts 135kts 125kts
Boeing 737-700 130kts 140kts 155kts 110kts
Boeing 737-700BBJ 130kts 140kts 155kts 110kts
Boeing 737-800 130kts 140kts 160kts 115kts
Boeing 737-900 135kts 145kts 165kts 115kts
Boeing 747-200 150kts 160kts 170kts 125kts
Boeing 747-400 150kts 160kts 175kts 130kts
Boeing 747-800 155kts 160kts 175kts 140kts
Boeing 747-SCA 150kts 160kts 175kts 130kts
Boeing 747-SOFIA 150kts 155kts 175kts 125kts
Boeing 757-200 130kts 145kts 155kts 125kts
Boeing 767-300 130kts 145kts 160kts 125kts
Boeing 777-200ER 140kts 160kts 170kts 125kts
Boeing 777-200F 140kts 160kts 175kts 145kts
Boeing 777-200LR 140kts 160kts 170kts 140kts
Boeing 777-300ER 145kts 165kts 170kts 145kts
Boeing 787-8 140kts 150kts 170kts 125kts
Boeing 787-9 140kts 150kts 170kts 125kts
Boeing 787-10 145kts 155kts 175kts 130kts
Boeing VC-25 AF1 150kts 160kts 170kts 125kts
Bombardier CRJ-200 130kts 140kts 155kts 140kts
Bombardier CRJ-700 130kts 145kts 155kts 140kts
Bombardier CRJ-900 130kts 145kts 155kts 140kts
Bombardier CRJ-1000 130kts 145kts 155kts 140kts
Bombardier Dash-8 Q400 110kts 115kts 120kts 115kts
Cessna 172 45kts 50kts 55kts 55kts
Cessna 208 Caravan 65kts 70kts 75kts 70kts
Cessna Citation X 120kts 130kts 140kts 110kts
Cirrus SR22 60kts 60kts 65kts 60kts
Daher TBM-930 90kts 90kts 100kts 90kts
Embraer E-170 120kts 120kts 125kts 120kts
Embraer E-175 120kts 120kts 125kts 120kts
Embraer E-190 120kts 130kts 135kts 120kts
Embraer E-195 120kts 130kts 135kts 120kts
General Dynamics F-16C 140kts 140kts 150kts 170kts
Grumman F-14 140kts 140kts 150kts 170kts
Lockheed Martin AC-130 110kts 110kts 115kts 130kts
Lockheed Martin C-130H 110kts 110kts 115kts 130kts
Lockheed Martin C-130J 110kts 110kts 115kts 130kts
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 110kts 110kts 115kts 130kts
Lockheed Martin F-22 140kts 140kts 150kts 170kts
McDonell Douglas DC-10 150kts 160kts 170kts 135kts
McDonell Douglas DC-10F 150kts 160kts 170kts 135kts
McDonell Douglas MD-11 150kts 160kts 170 kts 135kts
McDonell Douglas MD-11F 150kts 160kts 170kts 135kts
Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII 110kts 110kts 120kts 90kts
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I actually find this very helpful! Bookmarked!

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Same thank you for posting this

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The note at the bottom tells me I need some sleep! 🙂

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Well get to bed then🤣

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I actually think this is better in #live and it should be made a WiKi.


Thanks for contributing so much! 🙂

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Maybe, Maybe. It all matters, can be in the tutorials, live or stay in the general.

Tomorrow I’ll try finishing the Bombardiers, McDonnell Douglas and the rest. Thanks for the great support guys! 👍

Very useful! Thanks for posting this

Good simple base numbers, no jumbo jumbo terms.

Looks like a lot of dedication! Outstanding work!

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@epaga started a collection of the V-speeds once, so you will find much off the data in his spreadsheet he published in this thread.

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Awesome!! Bookmarked

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Thank you guys for bookmarking this! I still need to finish marking the rest of the aircraft. It’ll be done soon! 👍

That’s amazing! Thank you!

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To ad a pinch of salt, altitude plays a role in takeoff/ landing speed. My “altitude corrected speed rule of thumb” is : speed x (alt/5000) x13%

Works about nicely for me. (Alt in ft).

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This topic won’t work in for altitude. Here I use quick information for the rotation speeds on a certain aircraft. During landing is the Short Final. I am keeping this a little easier for now. 👍


I am going to finish the speeds of Cessna, McDouglas and the military aircrafts.

Understood. Great job, keep going!

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You forgot the MD series, trims always above 60!

I still need to update the graph. I have this in mind.

I only use the Trim up to 60% when using the Bombardier CRJ. Not any other aircraft. Yet again, I can have some inaccuracies in the list at times. But anyhow I am pretty sure with the information displayed above. Thanks for the understanding. 👍

No I meant when you fly MDs the trim should be 60 above