Crashing at EGLL

I am do mad right now, I wanted to do Project Sunrise. But when I taking off at RWY27R, I am always diving (Literally going down, below rwy) and then when I’m going higher, I am crashing.

Are you taking off to early?

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Can you please answer the following questions:

Aircraft type, flaps, trim, speed, and load.

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Boeing 787-9, 25 degrees, Didn’t see the trim, 160 Rotate speed and I was 100% at fuel

If you were attempting to climb you may have been too slow and went on a glide slope instead.

That is too much in terms of flaps. You only need 5-10 notches of flaps, if you put too much, you may stall.


Can you share your replay file?

Uh yeah sure, 1 second

I saw a topic very simliar to this one today about fallling through the rwy at EGLL

What is it?

Ok sorry, something is wrong and I can’t post it

You can’t post it on the forum. Share it through, google drive or screen record it and upload it to youtube.

No I mean, i can’t even copy it

You need to import it. Look here if you need any help on how to do so

How many degrees was your pitch? Too high of a pitch will kill your IAS causing you to stall

Ok here some pictures

It seems you’re pitching to high, your ground speed is 137 knots which is what is causing the stall

thats what I thought… Have you tried to clear the scenery cache in your settings as it looks like a scenery issue to me… when this happens for me, this usually helps


There’s a lot of people commenting here about how he is actually taking off, rather than actually addressing the problem here. It isn’t about taking off at all, it is about the fact that his terrain looks messed up.


Sometimes took off with this speed and it was fine