Flptoif question

does Climb Profile 250/320/85 mean the rate you climb at?

-csg

Those are speeds not rate of climb. Basically it means go 250 to 10000, 320 to FL280 and then Mach .85 to cruise

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Also please someone explain these it literally is my first time using FLPtoIF.

Airport Code EFHK KLAX
Elevation 180 128
Planned Runway 15 25R
Current Weather 2020/09/16 00:20
EFHK 160020Z 12004KT 9999 FEW004 BKN007 12/11 Q1019 TEMPO BKN004 2020/09/15 23:53
KLAX 152353Z 26011KT 3SM HZ FU BKN150 22/15 A2997 RMK AO2 SLP146 FU BKN150 T02220150 10244 20222 56017
SID/STAR NEPE2C (SID) BAYST1 (STAR)
Aircraft A350-900
Flight Level 40,000
Plan Distance 4,999 NM
Flight Time 10:45
Block Fuel 69,792 kgs
V-Speeds (KIAS) V1=N/A VR=N/A V2=N/A
V-Speeds are not available with certain aircraft. When using Simbrief Classic, please change plan fomat to JBU
Climb Profile 250/320/85
Descent Profile 85/300/250
Passenger Count 315
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Basically what rate to climb at.

I mean… should be pretty self explanatory. Flight level is altitude, block fuel is total fuel, etc.

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Airport elevation

Runway in accordance with flight plan

Current METARs

SID and STAR incorporated with flight plan

Speeds at which to climb and descend at

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I mean, a lot of these are self-explanatory things…

Elevation: how high the airports are MSL.
Planned runway: runway to use for takeoff and landing.
Current weather: METAR for the airport and the time of publication.
SID/STAR: self-explanatory.
Aircraft: self-explanatory.
Flight level: how high you’ll ultimately end up at.
Block fuel: fuel.
Plan distance: self-explanatory.
Flight time: self-explanatory.
V-Speeds: V1, V2, and VR, which aren’t available.
Climb profile: refer to Drummer’s explanation.
Descent profile: Drummer’s explanation, but for going down.
Passenger count: self-explanatory.

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Climb at your discretion…

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Ohhhhhh. That makes more sense. Thank you! :)

If you follow all instructions stated, climbing to FL400 shouldn’t be a problem.

To add on, there’s many Infinite Flight tutorial videos found on YouTube that help cover this stuff if you need further assistance.

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Idrk why you don’t know what climb rate to use when you kinda answered your own question in this message:

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You can climb at your discretion…

However, if you need figures, here’s what i follow most of the time depending upon the type & weight of the aircraft!

Altitude Vertical Speed IAS
Upto 10,000ft 2500 VS 240 - 250 IAS
10,000ft - FL280 2200 VS 290 - 310 IAS
FL280 - FL430 2000 - 1800 VS M 0.78 - M 0.85
Generally less speed for small aircrafts such as A320/B737 & more speed for large aircrafts such as B777/B787.
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