How did i stall ?

Hey, so i was flying a heavy a330 from delhi to kuala lumpur…took off and climbed to 40,000 ft in 1,000 feet per minute…climb profile was 240/300/0.80…i started loosing speed and stalling…

A heavy a330 i dont think can go that fast.

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When you stalled, was your throttle at 105% N1 or more?

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But then leading to stall ?

You’ll need to step climb next time.

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100…thats when i noticed speed reduced…it was in orange

40000 is too high to be going .80 in my view, do some step climbs or cruise at a lower altitude next time.

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I knew about step climb…but i thought since i took off at 1000 fpm…its okay…

thats what i was just thinking

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You need to step climb if your throttle is above 90% while climbing

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Oh okay…

FL400 is to high for a heavy A330 anyway. Try FL350-360 next time!

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Because when your airplane is really heavy it starts slowing you down so your engines need to create more thrust. And that can lead to stalling because your thrust cant create airspeed

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Deercrusher made an A330 recomended profile

It is worth reading.

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FL320, A330s aren’t that powerful and good in this game.

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Check out Deercrusher topic, the A330 will easily stall at those alts so keep it on the lower 30,000’s and increase alt slowly

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Seems like the aircraft’s capable of your flight but you need to take into account weight, outside conditions maybe other factors.

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Had a 20 tailwind 😂

Tail wind make you go faster it shouldn’t be the problem to cause stall.

But isnt going faster gonna prevent stall ?